Dementia Research Network Ireland Webinar 

In this webinar, Prof. Iracema Leroi, Associate Professor of Geriatric Psychiatry at  Trinity College Dublin  leads a discussion covering hearing and vision impairment in dementia from the perspective of clinicians, researchers, people living with dementia and their care partners.

Interview with Dr. Piers Dawes

Dr. Piers Dawes from Manchester University, experienced in experimental psychology, highlights the multidisciplinary of SENSE-Cog involving a range of different professions, psychology, psychiatry, ophthalmology, ENT, and a strong patient involvement element to deliver sustainable results.

Interview with Dr. Renaud David

Dr. Renaud David, physician at the Nice University Memory Center, talks about the solutions that are going to be provided by SENSE-Cog, the ear and vision solutions, and close collaboration with associations of patients for vision and hearing around Nice.

Interview with Prof. Philippe Robert

Prof. Philippe Robert is one of France’s leading dementia clinical researchers with trans-EU links and one of the architects of France’s National Dementia Strategy. In this interview he is explaining the necessities of having good tools, new technologies for assessment, diagnosis and training in the field of non-pharmacological solutions for hearing and vision impairment. The purpose is that SENSE-Cog will provide those not only for professionals but also for carer and patients.

MICRA Seminar November 2018 Manchester

Impact and benefits of treating hearing and vision problems for people living with Dementia, held at The University of Manchester on 22 November 2018.

UoM MICRA Health Inequalities in Hearing and Visual Health

MICRA Seminar – Inequalities in Hearing and Visual Health.

Professor Debora Price on Ageing

Ageing in an unequal world. Professor Debora Price, Executive Director of the Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing.

SENSE-Cog has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 668648.