Tag Archives: Dignified Independent Living With Care

On the Unrealised Potential of Intermediate Care (SCIE / Nuffield Trust)

Summary The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE)’s “SCIE Highlights No.1” briefing explores the largely untapped potential of intermediate care. It is asserted that intermediate care could deliver better outcomes for patients, while reducing the pressures of demand faced by … Continue reading

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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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Green House® Model of Dementia Care Home Living (Housing LIN)

Summary The Green House® Model of personalised care originated in the USA about a decade ago.  Housing & Care 21 (formerly Housing 21) translated the Green House® model, adapting it to dementia care home living to achieve an example of supporting people with dementia … Continue reading

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