Tag Archives: Jewish Care

Novel Approaches to Understanding Creativity and Artistic Appreciation in Dementia (BBC News / Wellcome Open Research)

Summary The Created Out of Mind initiative comprises scientists, artists, musicians and writers, based at the Wellcome Collection’s “The Hub”, who are engaged in exploring the varied influences of dementia on the whole range of human creativity (and vice versa). … Continue reading

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Black and Minority Ethnic Communities and Dementia (Race Equality Foundation)

Summary This Race Equality Foundation (REF) briefing examines developments in the UK since the National Dementia Strategy of 2009, and addresses how well the Strategy meets the information, support and care needs of black and minority ethnic communities for their … Continue reading

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End of Life Care for People with Advanced Dementia (Jewish Care / UCL)

Summary This report covers the “End of Life Care in Advanced Dementia (ELCAD)” project. This was a three-year practice based study funded by the King’s Fund and carried out in a large Jewish Care nursing home in collaboration with University … Continue reading

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Supporting Dementia Workers: a Manager’s Guide to Learning and Development for Social Care Workers Supporting People with Dementia (Skills for Care)

[A version of this item appears in: Dementia: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 2 Issue 11, June 2012]. Summary This guide is designed to assist managers in developing their workforce to enable them to provide high quality of care … Continue reading

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Living Well With Dementia: Design Challenge (Design Council)

Summary The Design Council, in partnership with the Department of Health, held a competition to encourage the development of five innovative ideas for products and services which should “make lives simpler, better and more enjoyable for those with dementia and … Continue reading

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