Improving Care for Older People (NHS England / Age UK / PHE / Chief Fire Officer’s Association / JGCR)

Summary

The guide to Improving Care for Older People, developed by NHS England in partnership with Age UK, Public Health England, and the Chief Fire Officer’s Association, is actually a collection of resources (some dating back several years). This collection aims to help people stay well, and continue living independently, for as long as possible. It was promoted at the time of Older People’s Day.

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Reference

Improving care for older people. [Online]: NHS England, Age UK, Public Health England, and Chief Fire Officer’s Association, 2018.

Healthy Ageing Guide (2015)

An NHS England / Age UK brief guide providing practical tips on how to keep fit and independent.

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Reference

A practical guide to healthy ageing. London: Age UK and NHS England, October 1st 2015.

Healthy Caring Guide (2016)

An NHS England / Age UK guide providing advice for carers:

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Reference

A practical guide to healthy caring. London: NHS England, Public Health England, Age UK, Carers Trust [and] Carers UK, April 6th 2016.

Working Together (2016)

Guidance on public services working together (“Safe and Well” visits) to support older persons in the community:

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Working Together – how health, social care and fire and rescue services can increase their reach, scale and impact through joint working. [Online]: NHS England, June 1st 2016.

This relates to:

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Reference

Working Together – how health, social care and fire and rescue services can increase their reach, scale and impact through joint working. London: NHS England; Local Government Association; and Chief Fire Officers Association, May 31st 2016.

Living With Frailty (2017)

Guidance on the identification, diagnosis and management of frailty:

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Reference

Toolkit for general practice in supporting older people living with frailty. Leeds: NHS England, March 2017.

Personalised Care and Support Planning Handbook (2016)

Guidance on planning care and support, with due attention being paid to people’s preferences:

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Reference

Personalised care and support planning handbook: the journey to person-centred care (core information). Leeds: NHS England, April 13th 2016.

There is also an Executive Summary; and Supplementary Information.

Ongoing (2018)

Likely background interest:

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Reference

Ageing well and supporting people living with frailty. [Online]: NHS England, 2018.

Healthy Ageing in India

Possibly of interest, from the perspective of India (State of Odisha); regarding the Healthy Ageing Conference 2018 organised by the Geriatric Care and Research Organisation (GeriCaRe):

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Reference

Kar, B. [and] Kar, S. (2018). Healthy Ageing Conference 2018: effectiveness of a public education event. Journal of Geriatric Care and Research. 2018, Vol.5(2): 79-82.

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