Tag Archives: Right to Take Risk

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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Towards a Better Life with Alzheimer’s Disease (ESRO / Alzheimer’s Society / Red & Yellow Care / Lancet)

Summary A recent report from ESRO and Red & Yellow Care (published with the Alzheimer’s Society) looks at steps required to improve the wellbeing of people living with dementia, whether in the community or in care. This thoughtfully written report … Continue reading

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