|Young onset dementia||South Asian women||MSK and mental health|
|How to ensure everyone has access to a range of support after being diagnosed with dementia?||What are the barriers and enablers to communication around menstruation and menopause?||
How to address lack of information related to accessing health care (lack of navigation, inadequate signposting, and lack of feedback for example following test results)?|
How to address the risk of misinformation from the internet or other sources (social networks, self-diagnosis)?
|How to improve the coordination of services/support for people with dementia (and their family)?||How can we educate and support women from South Asian communities to engage in discussions around menstruation and menopause?||Due to limited consultation time with healthcare professionals, how do we reduce the burden of finding the right information for self-management as and when needed?|
|How to support people with dementia to engage in positive health behaviours (e.g. a good diet, getting vaccinated for flu, keeping physically active)?||How to combat loneliness, and isolation when living with multiple physical and mental health conditions?|
|How to best educate people about the condition (the general public, healthcare professionals, people living with dementia)?||How to manage anxieties, “guilt/fear” of being judged as wasting health professionals’ time at consultations?|
|How to address the employment challenges and potential discrimination in the workplace that people with young onset dementia can encounter?||How to minimise cost and address the burden of uncoordinated care and treatments for multiple physical and mental health conditions?|