30
January
2019
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17:17
Europe/London

Workshop opportunity for individuals with lived experience of dementia or MCI (Mild Cognitive Impairment) as either patients or carers

A project co-developed between The University of Manchester and GMMH foundation trust, is looking at how technology can be used in early identification of cognitive decline in Dementia and Mild Cognitive impairment (MCI). They are running a half day workshop on this topic on the 22nd of February at the Parsonage in Didsbury:

The event is predominantly designed for individuals with lived experience of dementia or MCI as either patients or carers

Participants are invited to join the fight for early identification, treatment and to find a future cure for dementia. Biological changes in the brain can begin decades before a dementia diagnosis is received. This early stage, when changes are starting to occur but permanent damage is minimal, is a window of opportunity to catch the condition early and hopefully stop it in its tracks.

To register your interest in this workshop please email sarah.fox@gmmh.nhs.uk. 

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