Daily News Roundup – 21 August 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Dementia levels ‘are stabilising’

BBC News
The number of people living with dementia is levelling-off in parts of western Europe, a report says.

Love Your Wild Garden

In a special wild episode of Love Your Garden, Alan Titchmarsh and his team are at Keech Hospice in Luton creating a state of the art wildlife garden that is modern in style.

St Clare Hospice charity shop burgled twice in three days

Harlow Star
A charity shop raising money for St Clare Hospice has been broken into twice in three days.

Strengthening and integrating palliative care in Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Zambia

Marie Curie blog
Dr Liz Grant, assistant principal and director of the Global Health Academy at the University of Edinburgh, discusses some of the outcomes of a three-year project she has been leading to strengthen palliative care integration in Africa.

Young busker hands over £50,000 to children’s hospice

ITV News
A 10 year old busker from St Ives has reached her £50,000 fundraising target for local charity Children’s Hospice South West.

From across ehospice editions:

The iPDF – International Paediatric Palliative Care Discussion Forum now online

National first for Newcastle Aboriginal Health Practitioner

Study reveals wide variations in access to specialist palliative care services

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