Category Archives: Models of Dementia Care

People With Dementia Living Alone in the Community (Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease)

Summary Research, based on experiences and outcomes concerning people with dementia living alone (with and without help from an informal caregiver) in Germany, indicates that it is possible – provided adequate support services are available – to survive without significant … Continue reading

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Under-Diagnosis of Dementia in the Community: an International Review (BMJ Open)

Summary A literature review and meta-analysis of 23 international studies on the under-detection (i.e. the failure to achieve a diagnosis) of dementia identified a pooled rate of undetected dementia assessed to be 61.7%. The rate of under-detection was higher in … Continue reading

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Mental Health in General Hospitals: Patient Safety Improvement (NHS England / NCEPOD / NCCMH / NICE)

Summary This year’s National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death (NCEPOD) “Treat as one” report identifies a number of problems in the treatment of patients with mental health problems admitted to acute hospitals. Recommendations are supplied. Professor Tim Kendall, … Continue reading

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The Future of Care is Robotic? (BBC News)

Summary Researchers from Middlesex University and the University of Bedfordshire are joining an international (joint Japanese and EU) £2 million project to develop versatile robots designed to help look after older people in care homes or sheltered accommodation. The plan … Continue reading

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Voluntary Sector Organisations: Improving Care for People With Learning Disabilities and Dementia (VODG)

Summary A recent Voluntary Organisations Disability Group “Staying put” report covers the work of the voluntary sector with care providers which aims to improve the quality of life of people with a learning disability and dementia. It addresses the issues … Continue reading

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Updated Commissioning for Mental Health and Dementia Data Packs for CCGs (NHS RightCare / NHS England)

Summary NHS RightCare have published updates to their Mental Health and Dementia Data Packs for CCGs. The data is intended to support best use of mental health resources plus the identification of unwarranted variations in quality (and health inequalities) between … Continue reading

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