Tag Archives: Supporting Decision-Making

A Model for Enhancing Independence and Self-Management for People Living With Dementia (JGCR)

Summary An article from Japan proposes a model for self-management support, entitled “Self-Management of Autonomous Interdependent Life Empowerment (SMILE)”. Five factors for helping to preserve social function include: A focus on individuals’ retained functions and strengths, rather than their deficits. … Continue reading

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NICE Guidance on Best Interests Decision-Making and Mental Capacity: Theory and Practice? (NICE / British Journal of Psychiatry)

Summary The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has released a guideline covering decision-making in adults, over 16 years of age, who may lack capacity. The aim to support people to exercise their own decision-making where they have the capacity, and … Continue reading

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