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Layman’s Guide To Understanding – And Helping – People With Dementia (Good Care Group)

Summary The Good Care Group have released a “Dementia: through their eyes” guide on person-centred care for people with dementia who prefer to remain living at home. It offers practical advice on communicating, eating well and improving wellbeing. Section headings … Continue reading

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National End of Life Care Programme Newsletter: Issue 46, June 2012 (NEoLCP)

Summary Topics covered in this newsletter include: Focus on dignity. The National Dignity Council’s 10-point Dignity Challenge. The ABCD of dignity care: Attitude, Behaviour, Compassion, Dialogue. A West Sussex project into the spiritual needs at the end of life. Two … Continue reading

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Non-Pharmacological Treatments (NHS Evidence, Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Annual Evidence Update 2008)

Abstract The 2008 Annual Evidence Update (AEU), produced by NHS Evidence,  gives an overview of the most important evidence published during the period Spring 2007 – Summer 2008. This section of the AEU is aimed at clinicians in primary care or … Continue reading

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