Tag Archives: Supportive Environments

The Debenham Project: Community-Based Support for People With Dementia (NHS England)

Summary Professor Alistair Burns (NHS England’s National Director for Dementia) and Professor John Young (NHS England’s National Director for the Frail Elderly) discuss the Debenham Project. This project is extolled as an example of a collaborative social movement, which relies … Continue reading

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Empathic Curiosity (Nursing Times / Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing)

Summary Empathic curiosity is an approach to establishing modes of communication when caring for people with dementia. The approach is based on an attempted appreciation their experiences and feelings. “Adopting an empathic and curious stance may help to establish the … Continue reading

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The Debenham Project: Research Report (Norfolk and Suffolk Dementia Alliance)

Summary The Norfolk & Suffolk Dementia Alliance commissioned the Debenham Project. This report presents an example of a dementia-friendly community. A community-led registered charity provides holistic, personalised support to people with dementia and family carers, largely using local volunteers. Full Text Link … Continue reading

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GP’s Dementia Guide: Living Well After Diagnosis (Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary A Dementia Guide has been produced for GPs and psychiatrists to help them provide more support to patients diagnosed with the condition (and better support for their carers). This free booklet, produced by the Alzheimer’s Society and sponsored by … Continue reading

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Commissioning for Carers: First Principles for Clinical Commissioning Groups (Carers Trust)

Summary This report aims to ensure support for carers receives a high priority from CCGs. Supporting carers’ wellbeing can minimise costs and reduce overall spending in the NHS. Supporting carers helps commissioners meet their other required outcomes. The main section … Continue reading

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Dementia-Friendly Home and Care Home Environments (SCIE Social Care TV)

Summary Two SCIE Social Care TV films explain how simple changes can help to make peoples’ homes, and care homes, more dementia-friendly environments. The dementia environment at home. The dementia environment in a care home. [Brief references to these items … Continue reading

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