Tag Archives: Joint Risk Assessment

Positive Risk Taking in Dementia-Friendly Communities (JRF)

Summary This Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) “Viewpoint” document discusses the role of positive risk-taking in building dementia-friendly communities. It stresses the benefits of positive risk-taking, which allows scope for realising the remaining capabilities and potential of people living with dementia, … Continue reading

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Care Homes Can Learn From Alternative Residential Care Settings (JRF)

Summary This Joseph Rowntree Foundation review explores learning from: (a) care in residential services for children and young people, (b) residential services and supported housing for people with learning disabilities and (c) hospice care. The report explores the possibility of … Continue reading

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