Go forth and blog

Rob Merchant describes a valuable new way to share dementia care knowledgeAuthor/s: Rob Merchant For the full article please see the PDF download linked to the right. The full JDC archive is available if you subscribe.

The care home flying squad

South London: Amanda Thompsell describes an initiative to improve standards in care homes – plus Devil May Care, a new columnAuthor/s: Amanda Thompsell For the full article please see the PDF download linked to the right. The full JDC archive is available if you subscribe.

Projects in partnership

Pam Schweitzer describes projects from the European Reminiscence NetworkAuthor/s: Pam Schweitzer For the full article please see the PDF download linked to the right. The full JDC archive is available if you subscribe.

We must mind our language

Joy Johnson warns that good care is about more than good intentionsAuthor/s: Joy Johnson For the full article please see the PDF download linked to the right. The full JDC archive is available if you subscribe.

Is it time for a bit of tough love?

Paul Edwards argues for an honest approach to person-centred careAuthor/s: Paul Edwards For the full article please see the PDF download linked to the right. The full JDC archive is available if you subscribe.

Sounds Easy? It Isn’t

Editorial CommentAuthor/s: Nori Graham For the full article please see the PDF download linked to the right. The full JDC archive is available if you subscribe.

The Kerala Initiative: bringing training to Southern India

In the second of two articles about developing dementia services in India, Caroline Baker, Tony Braker and Tony Elliott describe a two-level course they helped to run in the state of KeralaAuthor/s: Caroline Baker, Tony Braker, Tony Elliott For the full article please see the PDF download linked to the right. The full JDC archive … Read more

Early recognition of dementia – the next stage of awareness

In this final article in a series of three, Jill Manthorpe and Steve Iliffe argue that apparent problems in recognising dementia are stages in a process of growing awareness. People with dementia and their supporters now have a key role in developing positive messages that will encourage early recognition, they sayAuthor/s: Jill Manthorpe, Steve Iliffe … Read more

Opening up new windows on person-centred care

The JackDawe scheme is a specialist homecare service for people with dementia in Nottingham. Here Brenda Walker, trainer for the scheme, uses her experiences to reflect on the role trainers can play in opening up understanding of person-centred careAuthor/s: Brenda Walker For the full article please see the PDF download linked to the right. The … Read more