Tag Archives: Kate Swaffer: Chair of Dementia Alliance International

More on the Disproportionately High Impact of Dementia Upon Women (GADAA)

Summary Women comprise roughly 65% of people with dementia in the UK. They are disproportionately affected by the condition in terms of having to assume caring responsibilities. The main section headings in this report comprise: Chapter 1: Key Challenges. An … Continue reading

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Language Guidelines on Dementia Terminology: the Hidden Influence and Power of Words (Alzheimer’s Australia / Australian Journal of Dementia Care / JRF)

Summary Suggested language guidelines have been produced in Australia, to encourage a more inclusive and non-stigmatising use of words when talking and writing about dementia. This guidance will be particularly of interest for health professionals, service providers and others working … Continue reading

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Realising the Value Programme (NHS England / Dementia / Australian Journal of Dementia Care)

Summary The NHS Five Year Forward View requires more support for people with long term conditions, enabling them to manage their own health. The NHS England “Realising the Value Programme” is about putting such plans into action. “NHS England is … Continue reading

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