Reducing fire risks in vulnerable groups: a partnership approach

Murdoch E, Height M (2024) Reducing fire risks in vulnerable groups: a partnership approach. Journal of Dementia Care 32(1) 14-16. Emma Murdoch and Matthew Height describe a successful project to equip health and social care staff with skills and confidence to include fire risk in their assessments, and promote partnership with fire and rescue services....

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Making a diagnosis of dementia using DiADeM (Diagnosing Advanced Dementia Mandate) in Dartford, Gravesend and Swanley

Making a diagnosis of dementia using DiADeM (Diagnosing Advanced Dementia Mandate) in Dartford, Gravesend and Swanley DiADeM is a tool for diagnosing advanced dementia when it is neither necessary nor appropriate to involve local memory services.  Mark Kitchingham and Kevin Tan describe a project to extend use of the tool from care homes to people’s...

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Evaluating the Caremark Dementia Café piloted during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Downes C, Roulston A (2023) Evaluating the Caremark Dementia Café piloted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Dementia Care 31(3) 24-26. Dementia Cafés are designed to provide people living with dementia and their informal carers with a place to meet, stay connected and develop meaningful, social relationships. Christopher Downes and Audrey Roulston evaluated a pilot...

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An inclusive sports programme for people with young onset dementia.

Tilki M (2023) An inclusive sports programme for people with young onset dementia. Journal of Dementia Care 31(2) 21-23 Programmes offering suitable activities can be hard to find for people with young onset dementia.  Mary Tilki and colleagues report on an Essex day centre that has teamed up with Sport for Confidence on an inclusive...

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Alive’s allotment

Jones I (2023) Alive’s allotment. Journal of Dementia Care 31(2) 14-15. Allotments are a great way to maintain physical activity, cognitive function and social interaction. Isobel Jones explains how one scheme is helping people remain stimulated and feel valued. We all know how being outside in fresh air can lift our spirits; that working with...

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Championing physical activity for people affected by dementia

Russell C (2023) Championing physical activity for people affected by dementia. Journal of Dementia Care 31(2) 19-20. Championing Physical Activity for People Affected by Dementia is the title of a pioneering course to help students working in a variety of sectors gain confidence in this kind of activity provision.  Chris Russell and colleagues discuss findings...

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