Dementia Care: Examples of Best Practice Required (NCCSC / NICE / SCIE)

Summary

The NICE Collaborating Centre for Social Care (NCCSC) and NICE are working on two resources to support the implementation of the NICE Quality Standard QS30: “Supporting people to live well with dementia”.

  • One resource will cover what the Quality Standard means for carers, families and advocates.
  • The other resource will be about what the Quality Standard means for care and support providers.

Practice examples are required, before August 23rd 2013, to demonstrate high quality practice in dementia care; particularly those illustrating practice relating to one or more of the ten Quality Statements included in the Quality Standard. Any examples accepted will also feature in the Shared Learning Collection on the NICE website.

Email: Zenette Abrahams (SCIE).

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