Tag Archives: Helen Sanderson Associates (HSA)

Dementia Self-Assessment Tool for Care Home Managers (HSA Press)

Summary Progress for Providers is for managers of care homes supporting people with any type of dementia, at any stage. This document may help families of people with dementia looking for a care home and needing to assess different homes. … Continue reading

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Citizen-Led Change in Public Services (Groundswell Partnership)

Summary This document describes the process of working together for change. It places an emphasis on coming-up with solutions, robust action plans and the identification and measurement of outcomes. A “step by step” method has been designed for use by … Continue reading

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Care Homes: Checking Progress in Delivery of Personalised Support for People With Dementia (HSA Press)

[A version of this item appears in: Dementia: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 3 Issue 1, August 2012]. Summary This document from HSA Press is intended primarily for managers of care homes supporting people with dementia of all types, … Continue reading

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