Tag Archives: Dementia-Friendly Community Model

Local Dementia Friendly Communities: Guidance for Councils (LGA)

Summary Guidance has been released by the Local Government Association (LGA), in collaboration with the Innovations in Dementia community interest company, which explains the responsibility of councils in helping to support people with dementia through the creation of local dementia … Continue reading

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The Debenham Project: Community-Based Support for People With Dementia (NHS England)

Summary Professor Alistair Burns (NHS England’s National Director for Dementia) and Professor John Young (NHS England’s National Director for the Frail Elderly) discuss the Debenham Project. This project is extolled as an example of a collaborative social movement, which relies … Continue reading

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Summary of Recent Progress on Dementia Friendly Communities (Department of Health)

Summary The following brief communication supplies an update on the Government’s and Department of Health’s national progress in the creation, development, promotion and evaluation of dementia-friendly communities. Ambitions for the end of 2015 include: There being at least 20 cities, … Continue reading

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Dementia: Skilling the Housing Workforce (Housing LIN)

Summary To mark Dementia Awareness Week, the Housing Learning and Improvement Network have published a new “Making a start” report (and Resource Pack) designed to provide information and assistance for housing providers. These resources aim to equip the housing workforce with … Continue reading

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Dementia Friendly Housing Organisations (Orbit Charitable Trust / Housing LIN)

Summary The Orbit Charitable Trust has produced a guide for smaller housing associations, and other housing providers, explaining how social landlords can improve their support for older people living with dementia. Guidance is provided on improving residents’ quality of life … Continue reading

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Information Resources on the Links Between Housing and Dementia (Housing LIN)

Summary The Housing Learning and Improvement Network produces and updates several sets (or showcases) of information resources about the potential roles of housing in helping people to live well with dementia. “Research suggests that as many as 30% of residents … Continue reading

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