News

  • Free Online Exercise for over 75's

    10th June, 2022

    Do you know an older person who lives alone and feels lonely? Re-engage, a charity which is dedicated to ending loneliness among those aged 75 and over, is launching two new online exercise groups via Zoom for people aged 75+.

  • Come and join the CADR Team!

    10th May, 2022

    Come and join the CADR Team! This is an exciting opportunity to work on the £3.1m Centre for Ageing and Dementia Research (CADR) programme as a Senior Research Officer covering maternity.

  • After the Wheels Stop Turning

    4th May, 2022

  • Photo Competition Launch 2022

    25th April, 2022

    Moments in time; Stronger together

  • THINK

    28th March, 2022

    We are delighted to announce that the Transport and Health Integrated Research Network (THINK) has been established.

  • CADR Staff member Maria Cheshire-Allen Completes PhD Research

    28th March, 2022

    Congratulations to Maria Cheshire-Allen, CADR researcher who completed her PhD research study this month. Maria explains her research below:

  • Bringing Dementia onto the High Street – ‘The Dementia Hwb’ in Swansea

    28th March, 2022

    CADR research staff Maria Cheshire-Allen and Emma Richards have been helping out this month at a new initiative developed by Dementia Friendly Swansea - the new Dementia Hwb

  • Social Care Innovation Labs Report

    22nd February, 2022

    We wanted to explore whether there is potential for images to help unpaid carers think about and express ‘what matters’ when having conversations about their short break needs, options and desired outcomes.

  • Dementia and the Welsh Language

    31st January, 2022

    A recent online event arranged by Dr Catrin Hedd Jones from Bangor University and CADR and author of a briefing published by the National Assembly for Wales on access to dementia services for bilingual residents, shared the latest research work in this area.

  • Update on Online Death Café Cymru

    26th January, 2022

    This is an update about the group that I’ve been hosting and facilitating with a friend, Dr. Brigid Haines, Honorary Research Associate, Swansea University, who is a Celebrant accredited with Humanists UK. Death Café Cymru provides an opportunity to share thoughts and conversations around dying and death.

  • Dementia and the Welsh Language

    17th January, 2022

    The Centre for Ageing and Dementia Research (CADR) will be hosting a webinar that discusses the issues related to dementia care and the Welsh language.