Understanding the Person with Dementia: a Film for World Alzheimer’s Month (SCIE Social Care TV)

Summary

SCIE has launched a new Social Care TV video to coincide with World Alzheimer’s Month and World Alzheimer’s Day on Saturday 21st September. It explains the importance of “getting to know the person with dementia, learning about their memories and experience, and understanding the person’s history and their likes and dislikes”.

This approach to understanding the person helps in providing person-centred care and support, thereby enhancing each individual’s quality of life.

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Reference

SCIE (2013). Social Care TV. Getting to know the person with dementia: the importance of memories. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE), September 2013.

Alternatively there is a short promotional video:

Promotional video excerpts: dementia and memories.

[A brief reference to this item features in Dementia: the Latest Evidence Newsletter, Volume 3 Issue 10, September 2013].

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About Dementia and Elderly Care News (an online adjunct to Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence)

Wolverhampton Medical Institute, Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, Wolverhampton, UK. Keeping you abreast with the latest developments in dementia & elderly care and related research. (jh)
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