“By 2025, an estimated one million people in the UK and Ireland will have dementia.
Our goal is to find ways to detect it before symptoms appear.
We hope to help predict who is at greatest risk of developing dementia, and help deliver new treatments that slow or prevent the disease.”
Tracking cognitive signals along the AD continuum in at risk individuals. The @AD_PREVENT study is shedding new light. Check out our poster @ #AAIC2021.
@CenDemPrevent @sdrc_research @brainhealthscot @StrathAgeing @UOSPsychology
In light of the @CommonsDCMS report on concussion in sport yesterday we’ve had a lot of enquiries about our study funded by @alzheimerssoc and co-led by @WillStewNeuro that seeks to help retired football and rugby players. Find out more here https://preventdementia.co.uk/prevent-sports/
Thanks so so much for this message Kearnan highlighting this open study funded and supported by @alzheimerssoc
Being in the study is not just interesting but also like having regular health checks allowing me to spot and correct any health issues I may have before I have even noticed them. The data collected by the study may also be useful for other studies making my contribution all the more valuable.
Seeing the effect on my parents’ lives of my father’s Alzheimer’s and Vascular Dementia, the opportunity to take part in this research programme was welcomed. Helping the search for answers to why and who might develop dementia, even in a very small way, has been both interesting and rewarding.