Tag Archives: Unpaid Caregivers (Carers)

Review of Internet-Based Support for Family Carers of People With Dementia (JMIR)

Summary A recent systematic review investigates: (i) the main components of existing internet-based interventions which support family carers of people living with dementia, (ii) those components which are most valued by caregivers themselves, and (iii) the evidence for the effectiveness … Continue reading

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The Care Desert Phenomenon (BBC News / Incisive Health / Age UK)

Summary An exploration of the reported “care deserts” concept. An Incisive Health report, commissioned by Age UK, points to areas of the UK where older people are unable to access residential care and / or home care, regardless of their … Continue reading

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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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French Research Into the Needs of Carers for People With Neurocognitive Disorders (BMC Health Services Research)

Summary This review investigated aspects of the additional burdens for carers typically arising from caring for persons with neurocognitive disorders, with a view to developing a consensus on the priorities of caregivers. An expert panel was consulted, comprising 68 informal carers of … Continue reading

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Improving Care for Older People (NHS England / Age UK / PHE / Chief Fire Officer’s Association / JGCR)

Summary The guide to Improving Care for Older People, developed by NHS England in partnership with Age UK, Public Health England, and the Chief Fire Officer’s Association, is actually a collection of resources (some dating back several years). This collection … Continue reading

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