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    Sex and intimacy among residents are sometimes seen as the “last taboo” in care homes. Do attitudes need to change?

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News Update

  • Senior personnel changes for two prominent care organisations

    Senior personnel changes for two prominent care organisations

    17.01.19 In two notable people moves last week, national social care charity Community Integrated Care (CIC) has appointed Libby Raper to replace Dame Joan Stringer as chair of its board of trustees, while Sharon Blackburn has announced her departure from National Care Forum (NCF). Raper takes over at CIC having been chair of Leeds College of Music and vice-chair of York NHS Teaching Hospital, with 20 years of experience in the commercial sector as a head of marketing. CIC employs 6,500 staff and supports more than 3,500 people, including people with dementia. Sharon Blackburn, NCF’s policy and communications director, will be stepping down in the Spring and plans a move to Australia where she will work for BallyCara, which provides care for older people.

  • Help sought with new toolkit to improve dementia care

    Help sought with new toolkit to improve dementia care

    18.01.19 A web-based toolkit filled with stories and tips on how health and care organisations can improve dementia care is to be produced by Alzheimer’s Society. Commissioned by the Department of Health and Social Care, the toolkit will be a resource designed to encourage organisations to follow the Dementia Action Alliance’s rights-based Dementia Statements. Alzheimer’s Society is looking for examples of good practice to go into the toolkit, as well as service commissioners and providers who might be willing to help test the toolkit content in the coming weeks. Anyone with an interest is asked to complete a short online survey HERE

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  • UK Dementia Congress 2019

    UK Dementia Congress 2019

    14th UK Dementia Congress

    The Journal of Dementia Care is pleased to announce the 14th UK Dementia Congress will be held at Doncaster Racecourse, Doncaster on 5-7 November 2019. The UK Dementia Congress is the largest annual multi-disciplinary dementia-focused event and exhibition in the UK.

    The call for presentations will open at the end of January.

    For more info click Click HERE.

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