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  • JDC asks...

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    Many care homes still rely on antipsychotic medication for some people with dementia. But do they have any alternative?

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  • Leading woman academic gets accolade for championing older people

    Leading woman academic gets accolade for championing older people

    16.02.18 Professor Julienne Meyer, who leads a UK-wide programme to promote quality of life for people living and working in care homes, has been named one of the "University of London's Leading Women" as part of 150th anniversary celebrations of the first women admitted to the university. Meyer is professor of nursing at City, University of London, and is executive director of My Home Life, which collaborates with care homes to develop new, more person-centred ways of working with older people. Meyer said: "Throughout my career, I have always been interested in inequalities, which has often placed me working at the margins. Championing the needs of frail older people, especially those living in care homes, is not always viewed as high profile work. If I have done anything to help address these issues, then I am delighted."

  • New housing support service specialises in dementia

    New housing support service specialises in dementia

    15.02.18 A housing support service specifically for people with dementia has been launched in Leeds. Called "Engage Leeds", the service provides support to maintain a tenancy, support to move home and support managing bills, among other things. The housing support workers with Engage Leeds specialise in the needs of people with dementia. More details on this link

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