Tag Archives: Support For Living Independently At Home

Dementia and Disability (APPG on Dementia / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia (APPG) released a report in early Summer 2019 about adopting a “rights-based” approach to tackling dementia as a disability, with a view to understanding – and reducing – societal barriers which adversely affect … Continue reading

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People With Dementia Living Alone in the Community (Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease)

Summary Research, based on experiences and outcomes concerning people with dementia living alone (with and without help from an informal caregiver) in Germany, indicates that it is possible – provided adequate support services are available – to survive without significant … Continue reading

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Funding the Shared Lives Model of Support For Living Independently At Home (NHS England / Shared Lives Plus)

Summary NHS England is to invest £1.75 million in the Shared Lives Plus scheme which aims to help people be cared for at home, rather than in hospitals. “The Shared Lives model will support people who have needs which make … Continue reading

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