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Category: People Affected by Dementia - Policy and Legal Issues
Updated on: 11-Jun-2016

This file contains information abut NZ dementia research applicable to "Principles" in the NZ Framework for Dementia Care. 

Please comment if you know of additional research or think some id not in the right place.

Contributor: Chris Perkins - 31 Oct 2016, 9:59 AM

Title: Dementia Economic Impact Report

Source/Link: http://www.alzheimers.org.nz/news/dementia-economic-impact-report-2016

Website: http://www.alzheimers.org.nz/news/dementia-economic-impact-report-2016

Description: The Alzheimers New Zealand economic impact reports are the primary information source on the size and scale of the dementia challenge in New Zealand.  They help to inform decision-making around dementia policy.

This is the third economic impact report commissioned by Alzheimers New Zealand. 

Appropriate Audience: Anyone impacted by dementia

Contact:

Phone: 04 387 8264
Fax Number: 04 387 9682
Physical Address: Level 4, West Block, Education House, 178 -182, Willis St, Wellington

Postal Address: PO Box 11-288, Manners St Postshop, Wellington. 6142

Contact Email: admin@alzheimers.org.nz

Contributor: Dementia Resources Project - 12 Apr 2017, 12:40 PM

Title: Dementia: Stigma, Language, and Dementia-friendly

 

Source/Link: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/1471301214548143

Description: This article discusses the stigmatization of people with dementia, the role of language in that stigmatization, and how a lack of inclusion undermines Dementia-friendly initiatives.

Contact:

Kate Swaffer – ks260@uowmail.edu.au 

Contributor: Dementia Resources Project - 04 Aug 2017, 12:09 PM

Title: Dementia: Stigma, Language, and Dementia-friendly

 

Source/Link: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/1471301214548143

Description: This article discusses the stigmatization of people with dementia, the role of language in that stigmatization, and how a lack of inclusion undermines Dementia-friendly initiatives.

Contact:

Kate Swaffer – ks260@uowmail.edu.au 

Contributor: Dementia Resources Project - 04 Aug 2017, 12:09 PM