Helping People With Dementia to Stay at Home (Housing LIN / DHWG / Halsall Lloyd Partnership)

Summary

Earlier research indicated 85% of people would wish to remain at home for as long as possible when given a diagnosis of dementia. A report published last month covers how housing providers (social housing providers in particular) might support people with dementia to remain independent in homes of their own choosing.

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Reference

Are we nearly there yet? Enabling people with dementia to remain at home: a housing perspective. [Online]: Housing Learning and Improvement Network, September 14th 2017.

This relates to:

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Garwood, S. Are we nearly there yet? Enabling people with dementia to remain at home: a housing perspective. [London]: Housing Learning and Improvement Network, September 2017.

There is also an Executive Summary.

“ …this report has been produced on behalf of the Dementia and Housing Working Group, and supported by partners Homeless Link, Foundations and the Life Story Network”.

Design For Dementia

A serendipitous discovery:

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Reference

Halsall, B. [and] MacDonald, R. (2015). Design for dementia. Volume 1: a guide. Liverpool: Halsall Lloyd Partnership, 2015.

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Halsall, B. [and] MacDonald, R. (2015). Design for dementia. Volume 2: research projects. Liverpool: Halsall Lloyd Partnership, 2015.

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Dementia and Elderly Care News. Wolverhampton Medical Institute: WMI. (jh)
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