Dementia Diaries Jan/Feb 24

Many readers will be familiar with the efforts over recent years to recast dementia as a disability. One of the main drivers behind this is an attempt to establish a conversation about applying a social model of disability to dementia. In brief, the social model of disability describes how a person is disabled, not just...

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Dementia Diaries Sept/Oct 2023

We’ve a lot of work to do to make sure that Dementia Diarists are as diverse as the communities in which we live. But we’ve benefited hugely from the words and advice of diarists over the years who bring our attention both to the diversity and difference of the dementia experience, and our need to … Read more

Dementia friendly care homes – an audit by people with lived experience

Williamson T, Maddocks C, Hewat E (2023) Dementia friendly care homes – an audit by people with lived experience. Journal of Dementia Care 31(4) 16-18. Dementia friendly audits have become more common in various settings, but less so in care homes.  Toby Williamson describes a ground-breaking care home audit, while lived experience auditor Chris Maddocks...

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