Dementia care in mixed ethnicity families

Tilki M, Rauf M (2024) Dementia care in mixed ethnicity families. Journal of Dementia Care 32(1) 16-18. A fast-growing minority community in the UK is that of mixed ethnicity families, leading to more and more partners or younger family members caring for relatives whose culture and language they largely do not understand. Mary Tilki and...

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JDC Asks Challenge: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

Tell us what you are doing to make dementia care more inclusive In the September/October 2023 Journal of Dementia Care, a special issue on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in dementia care, we invited readers to send us examples of excellent initiatives which are helping to make dementia services more inclusive. The invitation is still open!...

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The ADAPT Study: Adapting the dementia care pathway for south Asian families in the UK

Parveen S, Dodd E, Cheston R (2023) The ADAPT Study: Adapting the dementia care pathway for south Asian families in the UK. Journal of Dementia Care 31(3)14-15. The ADAPT study got started because there were so few culturally appropriate dementia resources for South Asian families.  Sahdia Parveen and colleagues describe the toolkit created by the...

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EDI: Actions not words – A recipe for change to address health inequalities

Caverly T, Holton R (2023) EDI: Actions not words – A recipe for change to address health inequalities. Journal of Dementia Care 31(2) 24-26. How do you make services more equal and accessible? What are the steps involved? Trish Caverly and Roxanne Holton describe how they facilitated considerable change in the service to offer a...

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