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  • JDC Asks.....

    JDC Asks.....

    The ‘JDC asks’ column invites a varied and interesting line-up of contributors to consider topical issues. For the July/August 2017 issue we asked:

    Not every dementia book makes great summer holiday reading, but some do. Which would you take down to the beach?

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News Update

  • Small changes could help “get the basics right” in care homes

    Small changes could help “get the basics right” in care homes

    18.08.17 Small, low cost changes to care homes in order to ensure all residents feel “at home” are at the heart of a report from Healthwatch, the independent national champion for people who use health and social care services. It follows an investigation which found that, despite much evidence of good care, many homes were “not getting the basics right.” "It’s not easy running a care home, particularly as the sector as a whole is trying to get to grips with the dual challenge of managing rising demand with limited resources,” said national director Imelda Redmond. “But getting the basics right doesn’t have to cost the earth.” Findings from the Healthwatch network, can be downloaded HERE

  • Blog resource launched to promote good practice in CST

    Blog resource launched to promote good practice in CST

    17.08.17 Simon O’Donovan, from Cardiff and Vale Young Onset Dementia Service, has launched a cognitive stimulation therapy (CST) blog. It is a free independent resource aimed at sharing materials for supporting CST practice and benefiting people with mild to moderate dementia. “I aim to update it each week and add content re new activities we have used in our YOD Friendship Group,” says Simon. “It goes without saying that no client personal details or images will ever be included. It’s just about how the sessions have been planned and how the materials have gone down. I aim to gradually add to the resources and links pages and obviously will include the Journal of Dementia Care there asap.” Click HERE

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