Follow @datafakts Tweet to @datafakts Mapping and providing services for people who are socially isolated has never been so necessary, but, while the pandemic has made it more topical, the need for these services is not new. Read Andrena McMenemy’s whole opinion piece on the Alliance’s website.
Follow @datafakts Tweet to @datafakts Datafakts eagerly anticipated report on deafness and mental health in Scotland (with a special mention regarding the ongoing Covid 19 Public Health Emergency) is now downloadable in the Queen Margaret University repository and Researchgate. It was announced by the Alliance and deafscotland on June 10th.
Follow @datafakts Tweet to @datafakts Datafakts’ paper modelling the prevalence of dementia and hearing loss in Scotland can now be found on the Social Science Research Network in the Dementia Section of the Neurology eJournal.
Follow @datafakts Tweet to @datafakts Professor Anne Hendry comments on our recent report on Deafness and Dementia in Scotland. Communication matters. Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, communication has been of critical importance at all levels, from policy to public health messaging and in practice. Now more than ever we must provide Read more…
Follow @datafakts Tweet to @datafakts On the 7th of August Andrena McMenemy from DataFakts talked about Deafness and Dementia at the Alliance Live Event about the Research we carried out in collaboration with Queen Margaret University and deafscotland and funded by the Life Changes Trust. FILM CLIP ONE SLIDE 1 Read more…
Follow @datafakts Tweet to @datafakts Deafness: Predicting the future for Scotland – The Census and beyond has been published. Please see: https://eresearch.qmu.ac.uk/handle/20.500.12289/10650 and for the full report https://eresearch.qmu.ac.uk/bitstream/handle/20.500.12289/10650/10650.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y .
Follow @datafakts Tweet to @datafakts Datafakts is proud to have been participating in the LifeChanges Trust funded report on deafness and dementia by deafscotlands and Queen Margaret University which written, researched and compiled by Andrena McMenemy and Dr Nils Koesters.