DISTINCT: "Dementia: Intersectorial Strategy for Training and Innovation Network for Current Technology" supports fifteen Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) across Europe, who are carrying out research projects aiming to improve the lives of people with dementia and their carers through technology.

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📢NEW! Launching today on #worldhearingday👂 our @LindAlliance #PrioritySettingPartnership in coexisting #dementia & #hearing conditions

Bringing together patients, carers & clinicians to identify & prioritise research uncertainties about coexisting dementia & hearing conditions https://t.co/Quacrg6UNX
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🔔New paper exploring the ethics of pet robots in #dementia care https://t.co/Iru2U2tl1s. This work was conceived during my secondment at @eolc_research while working with a brilliant team @lvdblock. Grateful for @alzheimersocirl's bursary to support this publication! @DTdementia https://t.co/avvTJ9RzQ8
Our director, Professor Martin Orrell, shares his thoughts on - 'How innovators should create for people with dementia' - a new blog for @LPDementia https://t.co/i0H8mSD89o https://t.co/pQzH8m1mnr DTdementia photo
📣New paper alert! A collaboration between @weiqi_koh and Viktoria😁 They identified different ways in which psychosocial interventions may enrich caregiving relationships between people with #Dementia and formal and informal caregivers.

📣Are you or do you know someone who supports a person with young onset #dementia? Do you want to take part in #research and share your views and experiences on the COVID-19 vaccine?

This is your chance! Please contact my colleague @AysegulKafadar for more info👇
@InstituteMH https://t.co/nyPmkB4INo
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020, Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions – Innovative Training Network (under grant agreement no. 813196)

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