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07 Jun 2024

GOLTC Webinar recording: Understanding and reducing dementia stigma

The World Alzheimer report 2019 showed how stigma is a huge compounder of the difficulties caused by dementia. In this webinar on the 11th April 2024, we learnt about research on how to measure and understand dementia stigma, about two interventions in Brazil and Kenya to reduce stigma, and the new 2024 worldwide survey on […]

26 Mar 2024

GOLTC webinar: Understanding and reducing dementia stigma. 11 April 2024

We are delighted to announce the next webinar from the Global Observatory of Long-Term Care (GOLTC), which will be convened by the Strengthening Responses to Dementia interest group. Understanding and reducing dementia stigma GOLTC Strengthening Responses to Dementia Interest Group webinar: Date: 11th April 2024 Time: 13.00-14.30 BST (you can check your local time here.) […]

26 Feb 2024

New GOLTC Long-Term Care System profile: Brazil

Explore Brazil’s Long-Term Care (LTC) system profile through the insightful work of authors Patrick Alexander Wachholz, Ruth Caldeira de Melo, Paulo José Fortes Villas Boas, Marisa Accioly R.C. Domingues, and Karla C. Giacomin. The authors emphasize the need for improved governance and organizational structures to enhance LTC coordination and efficiency in Brazil. This system profile […]

21 Feb 2024

NEW REPORT Programa Maior Cuidado: An Integrated Community-Based Intervention on Care for Older People

This report describes an innovative  integrated community-based care intervention for people living in deprived neighbourhoods in the city of Belo Horizonte, Brazil. The Programa Maior Cuidado has been running since 2011, providing people with up to 20 hours of support per week from professional family care workers. It has been jointly run by the municipal […]