Making churches more welcoming for members with dementia: ‘We don’t want them to think they’re forgotten’
A nurse-led program based in Atlanta equips Black churches across the country with funding and support to make their services more welcoming to people living with dementia and their families, challenging the stigma that often accompanies the disease.
Part Three | Ukraine Uses TV, Internet to Train People to Manage their Stress and Anxiety
The government has set up many projects intended to mitigate the effects of war on the psychosocial health of the population remaining in Ukraine. The projects range from interactive cellphone apps to websites and TV public service announcements.
Part Two | “Living under war tests the strength of the psyche and body”
An interview with Ukrainian psychologist Anna Katruk: “People are living in a so-called napiv stabilizovanyy – “semi-stabilized” – environment: That’s the term I use to describe the situation of people living inside Ukraine but away from the front lines – people must withstand high levels of tension, uncertainty and exhaustion.”