Tag Archives: Social Networking

User Feedback on Digital Platform for People With Dementia and Their Carers (JMIR Formative Research)

Summary CAREGIVERSPRO-MMD is Web-based platform, still a work-in-progress, developed with a view to: Improving the quality of life for persons living with dementia. Reducing carer burden. Reducing the costs for care. Reducing the administrative burden for health and social care staff. The following paper … Continue reading

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Social Value Argument Supports Investment in Dementia Support Services (Health Innovation Network)

Summary A report from the Health Innovation Network highlights the positive social value of peer support groups for people with dementia, their carers and volunteers. It is estimated (based on just three such groups evaluated) that each pound of investment … Continue reading

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Dementia Peer Support Resource Tool (Health Innovation Network)

Summary The Health Innovation Network has produced a dementia peer support resource tool, in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Society, Age UK and Innovations in Dementia. This tool is designed to assist with establishing and running peer support networks for people … Continue reading

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Dementia-Friendly Technology Charter (Department of Health / Dementia Challenge / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary The Dementia-Friendly Technology Charter, developed as one part of the Dementia Friendly Communities component of the Prime Minister’s Dementia Challenge, is about ensuring people with dementia benefit from the many forms of new technology created with their interests in … Continue reading

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Self-Management in Early Stage Dementia (Dementia / Journal of Nursing Scholarship)

Summary Previous research has indicated that self-care interventions are effective for people living with long-term conditions. This article explores the feasibility of self-management programs specifically for people with dementia at an early stage. The experiences of people attending one such … Continue reading

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Public Awareness and Demand for Health and Care Technology (Carers UK)

Summary Carers UK, supported by Tunstall Healthcare (UK), commissioned a national opinion poll to investigate attitudes towards health and care technologies, telehealth and telecare. Their research discovered low public awareness of health and care technologies, and an under-appreciation of their potential. Full … Continue reading

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