Even with more advanced treatments and early intervention, caregivers of young people living with childhood glaucoma face profound challenges with no cure or way to reverse the damage […]
Poor public understanding of dementia care, treatment and prevention have emerged in new Flinders research. Recent reports from from the Rehabilitation, Aged and Extended Care research […]
Flinders University is leading a national program to assist people living with dementia and their carers around Australia. The new Australian Government-funded project, with a $770,517 […]
Individualised support for carers of people with dementia could soon be arriving in family homes via screens, thanks to Flinders research.
Many Australian spouses are looking after loved ones with dementia without external support, research from Flinders University shows.
Roger Rees, Emeritus Professor of Disability Studies and Research at Flinders University, has spent 25 years involved in the rehabilitation and education of people with brain injury, and his newly published memoir focuses squarely on the people he has met and “helped to help”.