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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 What is it? Where can you get help and what research has been done? Statistics Dementia is mostly caused by Alzheimer's disease or injury to the brain. It effects the parts of the brain that control memory, language and intelligence, judgement and behaviour.Common symptoms of dementia are memory loss, impaired judgment, difficulties with abstact thinking, faulty reasoning, in porpoise behaviour, disorientation of place and time and more.People with dementia experience severe memory loss and disorientation and can effect their lives majorly. Also dementia gets increasingly worse over time. Fight is a great company with lots of information about dementia and Alzheimer's.At the university of Queensland, they have the Clem Jones centre for ageing dementia research. They have done some amazing research as they explain on their website-"Led by Professor Jurgen Gotz, CJCADR scientists are developing a non-invasive ultrasound technology to treat Alzheimers disease and restore memory. The approach temporarily opens the blood brain barrier, activating mechanisms that clear toxic protein clumps and restoring memory functions. Research has been conducted in mouse models and is being scaled up in higher animal models. Human clinical trials are two-three years away." - Dementia 2008 Fuse Sodalescompany 1 in 3 seniors die with dementia 2 thirds of people with dementia/ alzheimers are woman In Australia, 3 in 10 Australians over the age of 85 have dementia There are more than 353,800 Australians living with dementia 10 Each week, there are more than 1,800 new cases of dementia in Australia; approximately one person every 6 minutes.
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