Tag Archives: Care for People with Dementia

A Framework of Promising Interventions for Improving the Support of People Living With Dementia (Age UK)

Summary An Age UK report investigates a variety of interventions which may be of assistance in the support of people with dementia and their families / carers. Case studies of services and projects designed to support wellbeing / living well … Continue reading

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Expert Consensus Statements About Dementia (BMC Geriatrics)

Summary This study delved into the underlying consensus among English-speaking dementia experts concerning contemporary knowledge about dementia. Delphi experts have identified 36 statements about dementia deemed to be “essential” to understanding the condition. These statements are primarily about care for … Continue reading

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World Dementia Council: Statement of Purpose (Department of Health / Dementia Challenge / World Dementia Council)

Summary The World Dementia Council have published their Statement of Purpose, explaining the council’s aims and how they intend these to be achieved. The main thrust is to help deliver accurate and early diagnosis, more effective treatments and better care … Continue reading

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Improving Dementia Care Conference (Capita Conferences)

Summary The 2014 Improving Dementia Care Conference will be held in Central London on Thursday April 24th 2014. Read more: Improving Dementia Care Conference. There is a brochure online.

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Integrated Care for Older People with Complex Needs: International Case Studies (King’s Fund)

Summary This King’s Fund report compares evidence from case studies from Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden, UK and United States to discover generalisable conclusions. Models vary. The underlying similarities and international differences between various programmes for delivering integrated … Continue reading

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Salford Institute for Dementia (University of Salford)

Summary Introducing the University of Salford‘s Salford Institute for Dementia: “Working together with local, regional, national and international partners to make a positive difference to living with dementia”. Read more: Salford Institute for Dementia. School of Nursing, Midwifery & Social Work. University of Salford, … Continue reading

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Ten Priorities for Dementia Research / Dementia Action (Department of Health / BBC News)

Summary Evidence assembled in the “Dementia: a state of the nation report on dementia care and support in England” report has been interpreted as indicating the following ten priorities for action and further research: Prevention: improvements to public health are required … Continue reading

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