Tag Archives: Diagnosis and Dementia Care Planning for Residents of Care Homes (GEMS)

Change of Focus: From Dementia Diagnosis Rates to Post-Diagnostic Support for People with Dementia (NHS England)

Summary Alistair Burns, National Clinical Director for Dementia, and Peter Bagshaw, Clinical Lead for Dementia at the South West Strategic Clinical Network, discuss the changing emphases of current concerns regarding the recording and management of dementia in primary care. A … Continue reading

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Care Homes: Improvements Required to Meet CQC Standards and Dementia Recognition / Diagnosis Goals (BBC News / BBC 5 Live / NHS England)

Summary An online examination of Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection records from almost 10,000 care homes, performed by BBC Radio 5 Live Investigates and LaingBuisson (healthcare analysts), suggests that around 20% of care homes for older people in England failed … Continue reading

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