As the Oscar-winning film Still Alice shows the impact of early-onset dementia, Alison Davidson explains how it affected her family
The firm, which runs homes in Gosfoth and Whitley Bay, said the development will raise the bar in specialist dementia care.
The Journal Opinion for December 10 in which we praise Gemma Little for speaking out about dealing with dementia in the hope it may help others
Hexham MP Guy Opperman, whose family has experience of dementia, took part for the Alzheimer's Society
The Chair of the Alzheimer's Society has officially opened a new centre helping those with dementia in Sunderland
New figures have revealed that some parts of the North East have the highest rates of dementia diagnosis in England
An in-depth study into dementia care in the North East is set to become a blueprint for future government policy
Prime Minister David Cameron has demanded tough action on dealing with dementia. Experts in the North East give their views on the important issue
Kind-hearted staff from Newcastle Building Society have completed a year-long fundraiser in aid of Alzheimer’s Society
Ernest Brown, who lived in Heaton, Newcastle, donated £10,600 to Alzheimer's Research UK after his death
Chester-le-Street grandfather Ken Clasper is living proof that it is possible to live well with dementia
South Shields natuarlist and teacher Fred Grey is honoured in tribute exhibition
Projects being run by Tyne and Wear Archives & Museums are leading the way in helping dementia sufferers researchers have revealed
A volunteer who has dedicated more than 50 years to helping others throughout the North East has been recognised for selfless work
Whitley Bay Film Festival will screen the movie Kes to help to raise awareness and funds for the Alzheimer’s Society
SIR Alex Ferguson spoke for a generation of coaches when, on the eve of the season, he surveyed the wreckage of a digital indiscretion that cost his most senior defender Rio Ferdinand £45,000.
PETER Lovenkrands is sweating on his Newcastle United future – and that isn’t just down to the Dubai sun.
CHRIS Hughton says in-form striker Peter Lovenkrands deserves to make the World Cup with Denmark.
The North-east’s process industry currently pumps almost £9bn into the UK economy every year - that figure is set to rise by a further £5bn in the next five to ten years.
NEW research is under way in Newcastle with the vision of bringing a cure for Alzheimer’s Disease.