Dancing with dementia

With the number of people living with dementia worldwide expected to triple by 2050, we need to look at the disease through the different lenses of art and science, writes Claire Keeton

26 May 2024 - 00:00

“One of the things that helped me was the ‘pineapple flan’ strategy,” Joburg sculptor and photographer Sandy Maytham-Bailey writes of adapting to her mother’s gradual cognitive decline with dementia...

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