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But there is also evidence in the report that should give us some hope.
The report shows that if there could be just a 5 per cent reduction in the number of people with dementia over the age of 65 there could be savings of .7 billion for 2016 -2025 and a staggering 0.4 billion by 2056.
It's time now, before the numbers overwhelm, to think about how to approach the problem.
Most people live with dementia for five to 15 years and for most of that time they live at home, which is where most want to be. Improved and expanded community dementia care is essential if we are to keep the person with dementia and their families happy, and manage the economic cost of dementia.
Bailey Joseph Hayes-Gordon, Nicholas William Jackson, and Jacob Michael Watson — all aged 21 — pleaded not guilty on the opening day of their trial in the Brisbane District Court on Monday, but a jury was convinced otherwise and convicted the trio on Friday.
The court was told the victim became intoxicated and passed out in a downstairs bedroom after which he was rolled over.
That number is expected to leap to 536,000 by 2025 and to an incredible 1.1 million by 2056. The ageing of the Baby Boomer generation is changing the face of our society and massively expanding the dementia challenge.Hayes-Gordon then sexually assaulted him with the bottle while Jackson held his feet. The sexual assault of the 18-year-old was filmed and later posted on social media.The trio appeared shocked when the jury read out the guilty verdict and sat with their head in their hands crying, while family and friends cried out in the court room. Today there are an estimated 413,000 Australians living with dementia, 55 per cent of whom are female. The figures contained in the Economic Cost of Dementia In Australia report, released in February this year, paint a bleak picture.
A diagnosis of dementia does not mean life is over. A diagnosis is part of a person's life; it need not be the only thing in their life.