Tag Archives: Professor June Andrews (University of Stirling)

Building a Dementia Inclusive Society: Highlights From Recent Bupa UK Webinar (Bupa UK / DigitasLBi)

Summary The “Building a Dementia Friendly Society” webinar, hosted by Bupa UK, held on Tuesday October 20th 2015, arrived at the following conclusions: While the focus in the UK is on building a dementia-friendly society, we need to start thinking … Continue reading

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Building a Dementia Friendly Society Webinar (Bupa UK)

Summary A “Building a Dementia Friendly Society” webinar, hosted by Bupa UK, takes place on Tuesday October 20th 2015, between 11am – 12pm. Full Text Link Reference Making the UK a dementia friendly society – a webinar. [Online]: Bupa UK, … Continue reading

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DSDC Training and Advice Services in West Midlands (DSDC / The Lighthouse)

Summary The respected Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) at Stirling University will provide a free information event entitled “Changing the Culture of Dementia Care” at Sandwell’s The Lighthouse. The Lighthouse Project has established a dementia resource hub in the West … Continue reading

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Housing and Dementia Project (CIH Scotland and DSDC)

Summary The “Improving Housing and Housing Services for People with Dementia” project, also known as the housing and dementia project, is run by CIH Scotland and the Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC). Information resources are available online. Full Text Link Reference … Continue reading

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Housing Solutions for Dementia (National Housing Federation / University of Stirling’s DSDC)

Summary Suitably adapted housing can contribute to the support of people living with dementia. The “Dementia: finding housing solutions”, written by University of Stirling’s Dementia Services Development Centre, examines the potential roles of housing associations in helping people with dementia to … Continue reading

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Dementia Rates in Northern Ireland to Double in 20 Years (BBC Northern Ireland News)

Summary It is estimated that 19,000 people in Northern Ireland have the condition currently. The number of people in Northern Ireland with dementia is expected to double in the next 20 years. This news item goes on to discuss adaptations … Continue reading

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The Treatments Doctors Would Themselves Avoid: Many a True Word Said in Jest? (The Guardian: Life and Style)

Summary A national expert on dementia from the University of Stirling is clearly of the “NHS hospitals are very bad places when it comes to the standards of care for frail elderly patients” viewpoint. Read more: What doctors won’t do. Life … Continue reading

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The Role of Acute Care Managers in Supporting Patients With Dementia (Nursing Management)

[A version of this item appears in: Dementia: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 2 Issue 11, June 2012]. Summary This article addresses the responsibility to equip staff with the right communications skills and strategies to cater for the needs … Continue reading

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Making Homes Dementia-Friendly: Short Video (BBC News)

[A version of this item appears in: Dementia: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWHT), Volume 2 Issue 10, May 2012]. Summary This BBC News online video presents the results of research by the University of Stirling into how simple – and relatively inexpensive – design … Continue reading

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