DementiaRoadmap

Helping primary care to support people with dementia

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  • Living with Dementia – 51 Tips to Help You With Daily LivingJune 26, 2019In this in-depth infographic and article UK Care Guide offers a range of tips of advice to help people to live well with dementia.
  • Dementia Commissioning know how guideDecember 17, 2018This resource aims to enable Clinical Commissioning Groups to achieve and maintain dementia diagnosis rate of at least two-thirds of the estimated number of people with dementia, and improve the quality of and access to post diagnostic care for people living with dementia and their carers.
  • Milford on Sea Dementia Action GroupAugust 9, 2018The Milford on Sea Dementia Action Group offers awareness sessions and provides activities for people living with dementia, their families and carers.
  • Dementia: assessment, management and support for people living with dementia and their carersJune 20, 2018This NICE guideline covers diagnosing and managing dementia (including Alzheimer’s disease). It aims to improve care by making recommendations on training staff and helping carers to support people living with dementia.
  • Delirium awareness videoMarch 4, 2018Delirium in older adults often goes unrecognised by health care professionals and can be poorly managed. This video was produced with the aim of improving recognition and management of delirium in any healthcare setting.
  • NHS Health Check commissioning: Commissioner’s current and potential use of weighted financial remunerationFebruary 23, 2018This report includes details of a literature review of commissioner’s current and potential use of weighted financial remuneration and provides recommendations for commissioners.
  • Training resources to improve the dementia component of the NHS Health CheckFebruary 12, 2018These training resources can be used by NHS Health Check trainers and practitioners to improve the quality of their delivery of the dementia component of the check.
  • Turning up the volume: unheard voices of people with dementiaJanuary 18, 2018This report published by the Alzheimer’s Society brings together views of more than 3,500 people with dementia, carers and the public on what it is like to live with dementia.
  • John’s CampaignJanuary 15, 2018John’s Campaign is about the right of people who care for someone living with dementia to be able to stay with them – and the right of people with dementia to be able to have a family carer stay with them. It applies to all ...
  • Admiral Nurse Dementia HelplineDecember 11, 2017The Admiral Nurse Dementia Helpline is for anyone with a question or concern about dementia. From looking out for the first symptoms of Alzheimer’s, to understanding the challenges of living with someone with vascular dementia, Admiral Nurses have the knowledge and experience to understand the situation and suggest answers that might be hard to find elsewhere.
  • Dementia UKDecember 11, 2017Dementia UK is a national charity, committed to improving quality of life for all people affected by dementia. The charity provides Admiral Nurses, specialist dementia nurses who provide practical and emotional support to family carers of people with dementia.
  • Meon Valley Carers GroupDecember 6, 2017Meon Valley Carers Group meets twice a month, on the second Tuesday for a pub lunch at a local hostelry and on the fourth Tuesday for a Group Meeting at the Paterson Centre in Swanmore, Hampshire. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Enabling people with dementia to remain at home: a housing perspectiveSeptember 14, 2017This report published by the Housing Learning and Improvement Network sets out the key role housing providers, and in particular social housing providers, can play in supporting people living with dementia to stay independent in the home of their choice for as long as possible.
  • Implementation guide and resource pack for dementia careJuly 17, 2017This guide aims to set out the policy drivers and strategic context for transforming dementia care, and why it is of importance to commissioners, providers and sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs) in supporting delivery of a number of objectives in the Department of Health’s Prime Minister’s challenge on dementia 2020, published February 2015, which complements the aims of the Five Year Forward View, published in October 2014.
  • National Audit of Dementia – third reportJuly 13, 2017The National Audit of Dementia (NAD) (care in general hospitals) measures the performance of general hospitals against criteria relating to care delivery which are known to impact upon people with dementia while in hospital. The third audit collected data between April and November 2016.
  • State of Caring 2017July 11, 2017This survey undertaken by Carers UK paints a comprehensive picture of caring in 2017 and more than 7,000 people responded, making it the largest State of Caring Survey to date.
  • Dementia Friendly Housing CharterMarch 27, 2017This toolkit aims to help professionals in their support of people living with dementia in their homes and facilitate consistency and good practice.
  • Hortic TherapyMarch 27, 2017Bespoke gardening sessions for senior citizens and people living with Dementia
  • Lee-On-Solent Memory CaféMarch 27, 2017our Memory Café is the first Thursday in every month, 2pm to 4pm at the Methodist Church Hall, High Street, Lee on Solent.
  • Netley Court Memory CafeDecember 14, 2016We welcome carers and their loved ones to our regular friendly get togethers with themed topics and dementia-friendly entertainment. We welcome carers and their loved ones to our regular friendly get togethers with themed topics and dementia-friendly entertainment. We meet every 1st and 3rd Thursday ...
  • Dementia AdventureOctober 7, 2016Dementia Adventure is a registered charity dedicated to supporting people with dementia to get outdoors, connect with nature, themselves and their community, and retain a sense of adventure in their lives.
  • How living with dementia could beSeptember 2, 2016This short animated video highlights how living with dementia could be through the 'well pathway for dementia'. It shows the importance of a holistic partnership approach to supporting the person with dementia, their families and carers within local community settings.
  • Dementia Atlas: Putting a focus on dementiaAugust 16, 2016The Dementia Atlas is an interactive map that plots data about dementia care and support, allowing people to compare the quality of dementia care across the country.
  • Helping your loved one with dementia eat wellJune 2, 2016This infographic published by Bupa UK offers some pointers for carers and relatives on how to help people with dementia to eat well so that they remain healthy and can continue to remain independent in their own home.
  • Better planning for car ownership and well-being in old ageMay 31, 2016This briefing paper published by the Housing Learning and Improvement Network seeks to connect the body of knowledge around the significance of car ownership in achieving well-being for older people to those making decisions that may impact on car ownership among older people.
  • Integrated approach to identifying and assessing Carer health and wellbeingMay 17, 2016This toolkit published by NHS England clarifies the new duties on NHS organisations under the Care Act 2014 and the Children and Families Act 2014, provides a template Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to support joined up working locally, and includes examples of positive practice of work that have proven successful in supporting carers and their families.
  • Morning Coffee SocialMay 8, 2016A warm welcome is extended to all who are living with dementia and their carers to a new monthly Morning Coffee Social. We meet at The Crown in at Bransgore on the first Monday of each month between     11 am and 12.30 pm. Please ...
  • Dementia Friendly HampshireMay 2, 2016Dementia Friendly Hampshire is driving the development of dementia friendly communities across the county.   We want Hampshire to be a county where people affected by dementia can live a good life, with opportunities to participate in and contribute to their communities and be valued for who ...
  • Fix dementia care – NHS and care homesApril 29, 2016This report published by the Alzheimer's Society marks the second phase of a campaign looking at the experiences of people with dementia in a range of health and care settings. It contains the results of a survey of care home managers and the voices of people with dementia, their families and carers.
  • Hythe & Waterside Dementia Friendly GroupApril 28, 2016We are a Group of local volunteers working on making Hythe & Waterside a Dementia Friendly Community Examples of what we are doing to achieve this include: We are starting a Cognitive Stimulation Therapy Course in July in conjunction with SCA Care, designed to help ...
  • Blackfield BubbleApril 28, 2016A new monthly Dementia Support Group starting in Blackfield. Carers and those living with dementia are welcome to drop in for a cup of tea and a chat. First session on  Monday 16th May to coincide our launch with Dementia Awareness Week, then every 2nd Monday ...
  • New Milton Dementia Action GroupApril 27, 2016Would you like to help make a difference in New Milton? We want to empower people living with dementia, recognising their contribution to the community. We want to encourage Dementia Friendly businesses, churches and organisations, as well as individuals, to help them understand and respond ...
  • Drop In Community Dementia CafeApril 27, 2016To be held at New Milton Health Centre, for all members of the community not just our patients. Every 2nd Wednesday of the month from 10 am – 12 noon All welcome!
  • Rendezvous Community CafesApril 22, 2016Rendezvous  Community Cafes offer refreshments, information games, activities and support to anyone in the community and always have friendly volunteers to welcome people. These Dementia Friendly Cafes are open for any local people to use. There are opportunities to meet people in similar circumstances and ...
  • The Kingfisher Day CentreApril 22, 2016The Kingfisher Centre based near Whitchurch provides varied, stimulating activities, companionship and care for people with dementia. We are open Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between 9am and 4pm.
  • Dementia rarely travels alone: living with dementia and other conditionsApril 20, 2016This report published by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Dementia examines the scale of difficulty faced by people living with both dementia and other health conditions, and how the health and social care system can provide holistic, person-centred care and support for this growing body of people.
  • Race Against DementiaApril 19, 2016Race Against Dementia is an alliance of groups currently providing information and support to people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities in the UK.
  • House of MemoriesApril 18, 2016House of Memories is an award-winning training programme, run by the Museum of Liverpool, which targets the carers of people living with dementia. It provides participants with information about dementia and equips them with the practical skills and knowledge to facilitate a positive quality of life experience for people living with dementia.
  • Dementia and comorbidities: Ensuring parity of careApril 14, 2016This report published by the International Longevity Centre demonstrates that a failure to prevent, diagnose, and treat depression, diabetes and urinary tract infections in people with dementia could be costing the UK’s health and social care system up to nearly £1 billion per year.
  • DiADeM (Diagnosis of Advanced Dementia Mandate in Care Homes)April 14, 2016This protocol developed by the Yorkshire and Humber Dementia Strategic Clinical Network aims to support GPs to diagnose dementia for people living with advanced dementia in a care home setting.
  • Health matters: midlife approaches to reduce dementia riskApril 12, 2016This guidance published by Public Health England makes the case for action in midlife to promote healthy lifestyles that can reduce the risk of dementia.
  • Playlist for LifeApril 10, 2016Being able to respond to music is the one thing dementia cannot destroy. Playlist for Life encourages families and caregivers to create a playlist of personally meaningful music on an iPod for people with dementia.
  • Immediate post diagnosis support guidanceApril 9, 2016This guidance document, published by the London Strategic Clinical Networks, has been created for professionals to support people with dementia and their carers immediately following diagnosis.
  • Engage & CreateApril 5, 2016Engage & Create is a not-for-profit organisation that uses creativity and conversation to improve the quality of life for people with dementia and those that care for them.
  • DeAR-GP (Dementia Assessment Referral to GP)April 1, 2016DeAR–GP, developed by the South London Health Innovation Network, is a simple paper based case-finding tool which has been designed for use by care workers to identify people who are showing signs of dementia.
  • Dementia advisers surveyApril 1, 2016This report published by Ipsos MORI presents the findings of a survey into the provision of dementia adviser services throughout England.
  • The experiences, needs and outcomes for carers of people with dementiaMarch 30, 2016This comprehensive literature review undertaken by the the Association of Dementia Studies at the University of Worcester, examines the experiences and needs of carers of people with dementia and the evidence of outcomes produced from a wide range of interventions. Download The experiences, needs and outcomes ...
  • Care of dying adults in the last days of lifeMarch 21, 2016This guideline published by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) covers the clinical care of adults (18 years and over) who are dying during the last 2 to 3 days of life. The guideline contains specific advice relevant when caring for people with dementia.
  • Dementia Drop-in Information PointMarch 8, 2016Drop in to the Hampshire Carers Centre, Tuesday – Friday 9.30 to 12.30 We provide advice and information on the practical, financial & legal problems you may face. We support carers of people with dementia whether their relative lives alone, with a relative, in residential ...
  • Dementia Drop InMarch 8, 2016Especially for people with dementia, their carers. family and friends. Held at Hampshire Carers Centre, Romsey on the first Thursday of the month between 1.30 and 3.30. Why not pop in for a cup of tea and a chat with access to advice and information from ...
  • Sundowners Coffee PotMarch 8, 2016Sundowners coffee pot is for those living with dementia. It is a weekly group that runs from 9.30am to 3.30pm every Monday at the Longmeadow Centre in Andover. People can come for a morning, afternoon or all day. The cost to come along is £15 ...
  • Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia 2020 Implementation PlanMarch 6, 2016This implementation plan outlines how the 50 commitments set out in the Prime Minister’s challenge on dementia 2020 will be met, ensuring that England becomes the world-leader in dementia care, research and awareness by 2020.
  • Ladder to the MoonMarch 3, 2016Ladder to the Moon provides workforce and service development that enables health and care organisations to develop active, creative, vibrant care services. It uses approaches that incorporate creativity and the arts, and involve staff, older people living with dementia and other long-term conditions, and the wider community.
  • ThriveMarch 1, 2016Thrive is the leading charity in the UK using gardening to change the lives of disabled people. Thrive run structured programmes of activities for people with dementia which focus on positive reminiscence, re-connecting with others including friends and family and gentle appropriate exercise and cognitive stimulation
  • The dementia profileMarch 1, 2016The dementia profile developed by the Dementia Intelligence Network collects new and existing data on dementia at both Clinical Commissioning Group and local authority level. This will assist the local planning of services and support areas to make sustainable improvements from an easily accessible online platform.
  • Health Education EnglandFebruary 26, 2016Health Education England (HEE) works across England to deliver high quality education and training for a better health and healthcare workforce.
  • HealthwatchFebruary 22, 2016Healthwatch England is the national consumer champion in health and care. We have significant statutory powers to ensure the voice of the consumer is strengthened and heard by those who commission, deliver and regulate health and care services.
  • Active Minds – dementia activity resourcesFebruary 15, 2016Active Minds produce a suite of activity products to assist people with dementia in leading active, engaging and fulfilling lives - enjoying activities that are meaningful to them.
  • The Daily SparkleFebruary 8, 2016The Daily Sparkle is a professionally written daily and weekly reminiscence and activity tool supported by the UK's leading care organisations such as the NHS, AgeUK and DementiaUK.
  • Forget Me Not CafeFebruary 4, 2016A support group for family carers to get together and share experience, chat over home made cake and a cup of something! Each month we will have a professional guest who will give a short talk and/or question and answer session about a subject relating ...
  • RevitaliseFebruary 1, 2016Revitalise is a national charity providing short breaks and holidays (respite care) for disabled people and carers. We also offer inspirational opportunities for volunteers through one of the largest, most diverse volunteer programmes in the UK.
  • The ExtraCare Charitable TrustJanuary 25, 2016The ExtraCare Charitable Trust is a not for profit developer and operator of ExtraCare Villages and Housing schemes which has retirement villages and housing schemes across the Midlands and North. ExtraCare's award-winning Enriched Opportunities Programme® (EOP) supports residents with dementia and dementia-related conditions.
  • Arts 4 DementiaJanuary 11, 2016Arts 4 Dementia helps develop activities at arts venues to re-energise and inspire people in the early stages of dementia and their carers.
  • Joint declaration on post-diagnostic dementia care and supportJanuary 8, 2016This joint declaration signed by signatories across government, health, social care and the third sector sets out a shared commitment to deliver good quality post-diagnostic dementia care.
  • Support for Living Well with Dementia in EastleighNovember 18, 2015The Eastleigh Borough Council Website collects together a range of local resources and groups to support individuals living with Dementia. Please follow the link below: Eastleigh Borough Council Resources  
  • Dementia Connect – Information about local servicesNovember 17, 2015Across Andover, Andover Mind have been doing a huge amount of work to increase awareness and to make Andover a Dementia Friendly Community and offering a Dementia Adviser services. Alzheimer’s Society works across North Hampshire to support people living with dementia and their carers. Alzheimer’s ...
  • What can I expect from good quality services if I have dementia?November 16, 2015A guide for providers of services and people who use services about what support to expect with dementia. This guide was put together by the “Improving Quality of Care Working Group, London Dementia Strategic Clinical Leadership Group”  dem-carers-leaflet
  • New Forest Dementia Advisers Contacts List & Drop In LocationsNovember 11, 2015The New Forest Dementia Advice Service can help by providing support and information to people who are concerned about their memory and their carers You can contact the Dementia Advice service yourself, a relative or carer may contact us or you can ask any professional ...
  • November 6, 2015Dovetail Centre Dementia Group For people with dementia and their carers. Meets weekly in Chandler’s Ford. Referrals only from Adult or Mental Health Services at Newtown House. For more information, please contact Newtown House.
  • November 6, 2015Gems Dementia Group Run by Kings Community Church in Hedge End. Meets fortnightly on Tuesdays from 10.30am to 2pm including lunch. Transport in the Hedge End, West End and Botley area can be provided. Contact Sally Parker via the Church Office.
  • November 6, 2015Dementia Cafe A service for people with dementia and their carers provided by The Alzheimer’s Society. SO31 5PL. Open on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month, 2pm to 4pm. Alan Chun House, Moore Crescent, Netley Abbey (NB Change of venue to Pilands Wood ...
  • Dementia Advice Service – Alzheimer’s SocietyNovember 6, 2015The Dementia Advice Service offered by  The Alzheimer’s Society provides a consistent point of contact for people with dementia and their relatives and carers throughout the journey with dementia. Our services covers: Havant; Petersfield; Bordon; Fareham & Gosport; and the New Forest.
  • Healthworks, Health Walks & Active Buddy SchemeNovember 6, 2015Eastleigh Borough Council's HealthWorks physical activity referral scheme has been running for 15 years to help people make a positive change to their lifestyle and become more active. Our staff are highly qualified in many areas of exercise referral including cardiac, pulmonary, cancer, weight management and exercise for older adults. Additionally all HealthWorks staff are Dementia Friends.
  • Memory CafeNovember 6, 2015A service for people with dementia and their carers. The café takes place from 2pm – 4pm at the Pilands Wood Centre, Chamberlayne Road, Bursledon SO31 8DT on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. The café provides a friendly and welcoming environment for ...
  • Dementia core skills education and training frameworkOctober 29, 2015This framework published by Skills for Health, Health Education England and Skills for Care sets out the essential skills and knowledge necessary for all staff involved in dementia care.
  • Dementia and homecare: driving quality and innovationOctober 22, 2015This report published by the United Kingdom Homecare Association demonstrates how skilled homecare can play a pivotal role in enabling people with dementia to live well in their preferred familiar environment. Through a series of innovative practice examples, the report shows why good homecare should ...
  • Dementia, disability and frailty in later life – mid-life approaches to delay or prevent onsetOctober 22, 2015This guidance published by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence aims to increase the amount of time that people can be independent, healthy and active in later life.
  • Senior Health and Recreation Group (SHARG), Chandlers FordOctober 20, 2015The Senior Health and Recreation Group, also known as SHARG, aims to improve the quality of life for local elderly people. It runs a social and exercise group for men that is held in the morning every Tuesday from 11am-12pm.
  • Making your home dementia friendlyOctober 20, 2015This booklet published by the Alzheimer's Society aims to help people with dementia to live well in their own home. It describes ways to create or adapt the home environment so that it remains a safe and familiar place. This can help make daily living activities easier and keep people in touch with the things they enjoy doing.
  • Dementia Advice Service – Alzheimer’s SocietyOctober 15, 2015Dementia Advice Service provided by Alzheimer’s Society for: Havant, Petersfield and Bordon, Fareham and Gosport, The New Forest including Totton Hythe and Dibden. www.alzheimers.org.uk   Email : HampshireDAService@alzheimers.org.uk Telephone: 023 9289 2034   If you have just been told you have dementia, you may feel frightened and ...
  • Forget Me Not CafeOctober 15, 2015Sunnybank Forget Me Not Cafe in Botley Rd, Fair Oak is for the outside community as well as friends and relatives from our home. It provides a lovely environment for relatives and friends from the local community who help people to live well with Dementia, to ...
  • Healthwatch HampshireOctober 15, 2015Whether it's improving them today or helping to shape them for tomorrow. Local Healthwatch is all about local voices being able to influence the delivery and design of local services. Not just people who use them, but anyone who might need to in future.
  • Approaching an unthinkable future – Understanding the support needs of people living with young onset dementiaOctober 7, 2015This report explores the experiences of people living with young onset dementia contacted by Dementia Pathfinders during a social care workforce training project in 2014 and 2015.
  • Prevalence of dementia in population groups by protected characteristics: a systematic review of the literatureOctober 2, 2015This literature review published by Public Health England examines evidence on how the prevalence of dementia varies with different characteristics, such as ethnicity, gender and religion.
  • A practical guide to healthy ageingOctober 1, 2015This guide published by NHS England and Age UK contains advice to help improve the health and general fitness of people of any age, but it is particularly relevant for people who are about 70 years or older.
  • Models of dementia assessment and diagnosis: Indicative cost reviewSeptember 28, 2015This report published by NHS England is designed to provide commissioners and service providers with detailed information about real alternative models of dementia assessment and diagnosis, with a cost breakdown.
  • Memory Group (CST)September 20, 2015A memory group for people with memory loss based on the principles of cognitive stimulation therapy (CST). The group meets every Wednesday at the Fenwick Health & Wellbeing Centre in Lyndhurst. Group sessions last for an hour and involve a number of fun and engaging activities.
  • Princess Royal Trust for Carers in HampshireSeptember 20, 2015Information, Support and Advice for unpaid informal carers throughout Hampshire (excluding Portsmouth and Southampton).
  • Fenwick Day ClubSeptember 20, 2015Our day club provides friendship and fun in a supportive and safe environment for people with memory loss. We are dignity champions and treat everyone with respect and equality. We provide transport to our club (to be confirmed following your enquiry). Our clubs run on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9.30am to 4.00pm at Fenwick Health & Wellbeing Centre in Lyndhurst.
  • Evaluation of the Bradford Dementia Friendly Communities ProgrammeSeptember 16, 2015This report published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation identifies the distinctive features of the Bradford Dementia Friendly Communities programme, and examines how people with dementia can influence what a Dementia Friendly Bradford should be like.
  • Peer Support for People with Dementia: A social return on investment studySeptember 16, 2015This report published by the Health Innovation Network South London, the Academic Health Science Network for South London, outlines the findings of a study which demonstrated that the positive social value of peer support groups for people with dementia, their carers and volunteers can be far greater than the investment.
  • Tailored resource for carers and care providers on supporting people to live well with dementiaSeptember 16, 2015This resource published by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) highlights the key messages from 10 quality statements which form the quality standard for supporting people to live well with dementia and shows what they mean for carers and care providers.
  • On the journey to becoming a dementia friendly organisationSeptember 3, 2015This paper shares the lessons that have been learned through the Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s Dementia without Walls programme which started in June 2012 with a vision of making the UK a better place for people with dementia.
  • How can we make our cities dementia friendly?September 3, 2015This briefing paper published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation contributes to the emerging evidence base for Dementia friendly communities by drawing out the key messages from independent evaluations of their work programmes in Bradford and York.
  • Developing a national user movement of people with dementiaSeptember 3, 2015This report published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation explores the learning from the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP), a national network that engages and empowers people with dementia to influence the services and policies that affect them.
  • Evaluation of the York Dementia Friendly Communities ProgrammeSeptember 3, 2015This report published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation identifies the distinctive features of the York Dementia Friendly Communities programme, which promotes a range of innovative projects. It looks at how people with dementia have been involved in shaping the programme.
  • World Alzheimer Report 2015: The Global Impact of DementiaAugust 25, 2015The World Alzheimer Report 2015, 'The Global Impact of Dementia: An analysis of prevalence, incidence, cost and trends' makes key recommendations to provide a global framework for action on dementia.
  • Accessible Information StandardJuly 28, 2015The Accessible Information Standard tells organisations how they should ensure that disabled patients receive information in formats that they can understand and they receive appropriate support to help them to communicate.
  • Dementia Friendly Winchester (DFW)July 27, 2015Dementia Friendly Winchester (DFW) is a group that evolved from the initiative to make Winchester high street a 'dementia friendly high street' The group is made up of volunteers who have a wide span of interest and expertise, from personal to professional, in working with people who are living with dementia.
  • Trial Dementia Action Group (TDAG)July 7, 2015A community action group committed to making trial a dementia friendly community .  WE have launched a DF High Street and hold regular awareness sessions, as well as events throughout the year. we  meet on the 1st monday of every month at andovermind ho.  we ...
  • Counselling DirectoryJune 29, 2015Counselling Directory is a confidential service that encourages those in distress to seek help.
  • A proposal for a UK dementia eye care pathwayJune 11, 2015This article published in the journal Optometry in Practice introduces a proposal for a UK dementia eye care pathway and outlines the areas that should be covered within a pathway.
  • Living with young onset dementiaJune 10, 2015This video published by the Social Care Institute for Excellence highlights the experiences of younger people being diagnosed and living with dementia.
  • Women and Dementia: A global research overviewJune 5, 2015This report published by Alzheimer’s Disease International explores the main issues affecting women in relation to dementia from an international perspective.
  • The Reading AgencyJune 4, 2015The Reading Agency is a charity working to inspire more people to read more, encourage them to share their enjoyment of reading and celebrate the difference that reading makes to all our lives.
  • All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia (APPG)June 4, 2015The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia (APPG) is a cross party group made up of MPs and Peers with an interest in dementia.
  • Dementia DiariesJune 4, 2015Dementia Diaries is a national project that brings together people’s diverse experiences of living with dementia as a series of audio diaries.
  • Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP)June 2, 2015The Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP) brings together groups of people with dementia from across the UK. DEEP supports these groups to try to change services and policies that affect the lives of people with dementia.
  • Women’s experiences of dementiaJune 1, 2015The 'Women's experiences of dementia' website contains a wealth of stories which highlight the experiences of women affected by dementia.
  • Innovations in DementiaJune 1, 2015Innovations in Dementia is a community interest company that works nationally with people with dementia, partner organisations and professionals to develop and test projects that will enhance the lives of people with dementia.
  • The Reader OrganisationMay 28, 2015The Reader Organisation is a charitable social enterprise working to connect people with literature through shared reading. The older people and dementia work programme uses shared reading to improve quality of life and care for people living with dementia and their carers.
  • Dementia PathfindersMay 28, 2015Dementia Pathfinders CIC is a social enterprise delivering therapeutic care and support for people with dementia and their families, and programmes of education and learning for people working in the dementia care field.
  • Cognitive neurology and dementia centreMay 19, 2015The Cognitive neurology and dementia centre at St George's Hospital is a regional specialist centre for cognitive neuroscience and dementia, that works closely with other hospitals from across South West London, Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire, and with GPs, community nursing teams, mental health services and social services.
  • Younger people with dementiaMay 19, 2015This factsheet published by the Alzheimer's Society explores at the types of dementia that younger people under 65 years of age may have, some of the difficulties that they might experience and where support can be found.
  • Carersmart: Making life a little easier for carersMay 19, 2015 Offers, benefits and discounts available exclusively for carers and people with care needs
  • YoungDementia UKMay 19, 2015YoungDementia UK is a charity based in Oxfordshire that aims to help people whose lives are affected by young onset dementia.
  • Winchester mental health carers groupMay 19, 2015The group is for carers of people with mental health problems and people with dementia. It is held in the morning on the 1st Monday of every month at St Peter's Church in Winchester.
  • Winchester Dementia CafeMay 19, 2015Winchester Dementia Cafe is held in the morning on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at Littleton Memorial Hall. It is run by the Alzheimer's Society Winchester and offers a friendly, relaxed gathering with coffee/tea and a chat.
  • West End Lunch ClubMay 19, 2015The West End Lunch Club meets every Monday (except bank holidays and August), from 12noon to 1.45pm at St James Parish Church Hall, West End. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Weeke Gaiety ClubMay 19, 2015Weeke Gaiety Club is held on the 1st and 3rd Fridays from 2-4pm at St Barnabas Church in Weeke. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Winchester Walking GroupMay 19, 2015The group offers a gentle walk around the city followed by a stop for refreshments. It is held at 10.30am every Monday at the United Church in Winchesterand is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Vintage Crocks GroupMay 19, 2015The Vintage Crocks Group is held on the 2nd and 4th Friday of every month from 1.30-3.30pm at the Horton Heath Community Centre. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Tuesday Group, AndoverMay 19, 2015The Tuesday Group run by Andover Mind meets every Tuesday at 11.30am and is open to people with dementia.
  • Totton CafeMay 19, 2015The Totton Cafe run by New Forest Carers Forum is held in the afternoon on the 3rd Thursday of every month at the Trinity Church in Totton. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Welcome Club, Fair OakMay 19, 2015The Welcome Club meets on the first and third Tuesday of the month from 2pm at Fair Oak Village Hall.
  • Time together groupMay 19, 2015The Time together group is held in the evening on the 4th Thursday of every month at the Wolversdene Club in Andover. It is open to carers of people with dementia.
  • Time Out ClubMay 19, 2015The Time Out Club run by Andover Neighbourcare is held in the morning and afternoon every Thursday and Friday in Andover. It is open to people with dementia.
  • The Welcome GroupMay 19, 2015The Welcome Group is held every Wednesday from 2-4pm at St Michaels and All Angels Church in Andover. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • The Four Corners ClubMay 19, 2015The Four Corners Club is held on the 2nd Thursday of every month from 2-4pm at Harris Hall in Andover. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Take a Break SchemeMay 19, 2015The Take a Break Scheme run by Age UK Andover offers respite care to carers every Tuesday from 10.15-2 pm at the Bridge Community Centre in Andover.
  • Sway Art GroupMay 19, 2015Sway Art Group is held every Monday morning at Shelbourne Care Home in Sway. It is open to people with dementia.
  • Swanmore Friendship ClubMay 19, 2015Swanmore Friendship Club is held in the afternoon on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month from 2-4pm at Swanmore Village Hall. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Sunday Lunch Club, Andover HospitalMay 19, 2015The Sunday Lunch Club is held every Sunday from 12-1.45pm at the Andover Hospital Restaurant. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Stockbridge Evergreens ClubMay 19, 2015Stockbridge Evergreens Club is held in the afternoon on the 1st Wednesday of every month from 2.30-4pm at Rosalind Hill House in Stockbridge. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Southampton Thursday ClubMay 19, 2015Southampton Thursday Club is held every Thursday from 1.30-3.30pm at Guardian Court in Southampton. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Southampton Coffee ClubMay 19, 2015The Southampton Coffee Club is held every Wednesday from 10-12noon at the Kerrigan Club in Southampton. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Singing for wellbeing – WinchesterMay 19, 2015Singing for wellbeing aims to enhance your health and wellbeing through singing in a socially stimulating environment. It is held every Monday, 10.15am-11.15am and 12noon-1pm with a chance to chat and have coffee between classes.
  • Romsey Tuesday Lunch ClubMay 19, 2015The Romsey Tuesday Lunch Club is held every Tuesday from 11.30-1pm during term time. It is held at the Age Concern Centre in Romsey and is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Romsey Men’s social clubMay 19, 2015The Romsey Men's social club is held in the evening on the 2nd Tuesday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Romsey Companions ClubMay 19, 2015Romsey Companions Club is held in the afternoon on the Monday at 1.30-3.30pm of every fortnight. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Carers Together RomseyMay 19, 2015Carers Together Romsey support people who give their time, unpaid, to support relatives and friends - living anywhere in Hampshire including Southampton and Portsmouth.
  • Ringwood Art GroupMay 18, 2015Ringwood Art Group is held in the morning every Thursday 10-12 at the Trinity Centre. It is run by Alzheimer's Society New Forest and Southern Test Valley and is open to people with dementia.
  • Ringwood Carer’s GroupMay 18, 2015The Ringwood Carer's Group is held in the morning on the 2nd Thursday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Ringwood Day Care CentreMay 18, 2015The Ringwood Day Care Centre offers day care in the morning and afternoon on every day of the week. It is open to people with dementia an provides carers with vital well-earned respite.
  • Ringwood with MusicMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning on the 1st Thusday and 3rd Tuesday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Ringwood Dementia CafeMay 18, 2015The Ringwood Dementia Cafe is held in the afternoon on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers and provides a friendly, relaxed gathering with coffee/tea and a chat.
  • Reminiscence Cafe – Winchester RotaryMay 18, 2015The Reminiscence Cafe organised by the Winchester Rotary Club is held in the morning on the 2nd Thursday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Velmore Reminiscence CafeMay 18, 2015The Reminiscence Cafe is held at the Velmore Community Centre on the 1st Thursday and 3rd Friday of every month from 2.30-4pm.
  • Pudbrook House Day CentreMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning and afternoon every Wednesday. It is open to people with dementia.
  • Princess Royal Trust For Carers LunchesMay 18, 2015The Princess Royal Trust For Carers organises a lunch club in the afternoon on the 1st Monday of every month at 12:30-2pm. It is open to carers of people with dementia.
  • Littleton Lunch ClubMay 18, 2015Littleton Lunch Club is held in the morning on the 1st Tuesday of every month at Littleton Memorial Hall. The club is run by Alzheimer's Society Winchester and is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Open Sight Visiting SchemeMay 18, 2015The Open Sight Visiting Scheme is a free confidential visiting scheme for older and isolated people in Eastleigh.
  • Open Sight Social Club Netley AbbeyMay 18, 2015The Open Sight Social Club in Netley Abbey is held in the afternoon every 3rd Wednesday of the month from 2-4pm except Bank Holidays and August. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Open Sight Social Club Locks HeathMay 18, 2015The Open Sight Social Club in Locks Heath is held in the afternoon on the 2nd Monday of every month from 2-4pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Open Sight Social Club AndoverMay 18, 2015The Open Sight Social Club in Andover is held in the afternoon on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month from 2-4pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers
  • Open Sight Social Club EastleighMay 18, 2015The Open Sight Social Club in Eastleigh is held in the evening on the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Open Sight Social Club RomseyMay 18, 2015The Open Sight Social Club in Romsey is held in the afternoon every Wednesday from 1.45-3.45pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • New Milton Support GroupMay 18, 2015This support group run by the Alzheimer's Society New Forest and Southern Test Valley is held in the morning on the 3rd Thursday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • New Milton Carers suport groupMay 18, 2015New Milton Carers suport group is held in the afternoon on the 2nd Monday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • New Age Kurling and Seated Exercise ClassMay 18, 2015The New Age Kurling and Seated Exercise Class on alternate Fridays after the Craft and Coffee Morning, 1pm-2.30pm.
  • Moving onMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning on the Monday at 10-12 of every fortnight. It is open to carers of people with dementia.
  • Milford-on-Sea Art GroupMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning every Monday. It is open to people with dementia.
  • Milford-on-Sea with MusicMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning and afternoon on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Monday clubMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon every Monday. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Men’s Pub LunchMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon every Monday. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Memory LaneMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning on the 1st Wednesday of every month at 11am. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Winchester Memory CafeMay 18, 2015Winchester Memory Cafe is held in the morning on the Friday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Lyndhurst CafeMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the 1st Thursday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Lymington CafeMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning on the Tuesday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Swanmore Day CentreMay 18, 2015Swanmore Day Centre offers day care in the morning and afternoon every Monday, Tuesday and Friday. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • St Barnabas Lunch ClubMay 18, 2015St Barnabas Lunch Club is held every Monday from 10:45 onwards at St Barnabas Church. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Swan Lane Lunch ClubMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning every Tuesday and Thursday. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Winnall Lunch ClubMay 18, 2015Winnall Lunch Club is held on the 2nd and 4th Friday of every month from 10:45 onwards at Winnall Community Association. It is open to people with dementia and their carers
  • Parchment Street Lunch ClubMay 18, 2015Parchment Street Lunch Club is held in the morning and afternoon every Wednesday from 10:45. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Swanmore Lunch ClubMay 18, 2015Swanmore Lunch Club is held every Wednesday at Swanmore Village Hall. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Winchester Lunch ClubMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning on the Friday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Twyford Lunch ClubMay 18, 2015Twyford Lunch Club is held every Wednesday from 11-2pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Leckford GroupMay 18, 2015This group run by Andover Mind meets every Wednesday from 11-30am and is open to people with dementia.
  • King Arthurs Over 50’s GroupMay 18, 2015King Arthurs Over 50's Group is held fortnightly and is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Jame’s PlaceMay 18, 2015Jame's Place is a unique country home which opens it’s doors three days a week to offer day care to those in the community who need or want it.
  • Hythe with MusicMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Hythe HuddleMay 18, 2015A drop-in support group for carers and those living with dementia. The group is held on the 1st Wednesday of every month between 2.30 pm and 4.30 pm The group is accessible, welcoming and non-judgemental.
  • Horrill Day Care CentreMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning and afternoon every Tuesday and Thursday. It is open to people with dementia.
  • Horrill CafeMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the Monday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Horrill Carer’s MeetingMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning on the 1st Thursday of every month. It is open to carers of people with dementia.
  • Hedge End Over Sixty ClubMay 18, 2015Hedge End Over Sixty Club runs on a Monday afternoon from 1.00-3.30pm for social meetings outings, entertainment, keep contact with friends.
  • Healthy Hearts EastleighMay 18, 2015Healthy Hearts Eastleigh is an exercise group that aims to improve the quality of life for local elderly people. The group is held in the morning every Tuesday from 10-11am.
  • Hamble Monday ClubMay 18, 2015Hamble Monday Club runs on a Monday afternoon from 1-3.30pm for social meetings outings, entertainment, keep contact with friends.
  • Grateful Hearts ClubMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon every Tuesdays 1.45-3.30. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Gore Grange Day CentreMay 18, 2015The Gore Grange Day Centre offers day care in the morning and afternoon every Tuesday, Friday. It is open to people with dementia an provides carers with vital well-earned respite.
  • Good Companions Social ClubMay 18, 2015The Good Companions Social Club provides social activities within the Grange Park area of Hedge End such as Bingo, Quiz Nights, coach trips, fetes and fun days.
  • Nursling and Rownhams friendship clubMay 18, 2015The Nursling and Rownhams friendship club is held in the afternoon every Thursday at 2.30-4pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Warsash memory cafeMay 18, 2015The Warsash memory cafe is held on the last Thursday of every month at the Warsash United Reformed Church between 2pm and 4pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Fordingbridge support groupMay 18, 2015The support group is held in the morning on the 2nd Tuesday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Fordingbridge with MusicMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning on the 4th Tuesday of every month at 10:30-12pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Fordingbridge Day Care CentreMay 18, 2015Fordingbridge Day Care Centre offers day care to people with dementia and provides carers with vital well-earned respite. Day care is available in the morning and afternoon every Monday and Wednesday.
  • Fordingbridge Cafe and Singing ClubMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning on the Wednesday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Fit as a fiddleMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning every Thursday from 11-12. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Fenwick Singing ClubMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the 3rd Friday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Fenwick CafeMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning on the 4th Friday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Exercise Plus – AlresfordMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon every Tuesday. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Exercise Plus – Oliver’s BatteryMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the Thusday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Exercise Plus – WinchesterMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning every Tuesday. It is open to carers of people with dementia.
  • Everton Activity GroupMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the 2nd Thursday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Eastleigh Memory Support GroupMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon every Wednesday from 2pm to 4pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Eastleigh carer and dementia support groupMay 18, 2015A monthly get together for people affected by dementia and their friends, family and carers. The group is held in the afternoon on the 3rd Thursday of every month.
  • Eastleigh art and crafts clubMay 18, 2015Eastleigh art and crafts club is held in the afternoon on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month at 2-4pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Nedderman Centre drop in cafeMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Lyndhurst dementia day care centreMay 18, 2015Lyndhurst dementia day care centre offers a number of care, support and respite services for those who have dementia or dementia-like illness, and their carers.
  • Winchester craft and coffee morningMay 18, 2015The Winchester craft and coffee morning is held on alternate Fridays, 10.30am-12.30pm, a variety of activities and crafts to take part in or just to have a coffee and a chat.
  • New Milton carers cafeMay 18, 2015The New Milton carers cafe is held in the morning on the 4th Friday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Cafe Peninsula coffee morningMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning on the 1st Tuesday of every month at Cafe Peninsula. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Charles Dalton Court Social ClubMay 18, 2015harles Dalton Court Social Club offers a coffee morning, bingo and darts. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Pikes Hill Kurling ClubMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the 3rd Friday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Lymington dementia adviser drop-inMay 18, 2015The Lymington dementia adviser drop-in is held in the morning on the 2nd Friday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Bursledon Lunch ClubMay 18, 2015The group is held in the morning and afternoon every Wednesday 11-3pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Brendoncare Get Together Club – Milford-on-SeaMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Brendoncare Get Together Club – New MiltonMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Bishop’s Waltham ClubMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 2-4pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Barton Stacey Tuesday ClubMay 18, 2015Barton Stacey Tuesday Club is a social club for over 60's offering wide range of activities including social cultural and entertainment events and visits to places. The group is held in the afternoon on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Badger Farm Friendly GroupMay 18, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month from 2-3pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Alresford Day CentreMay 18, 2015The Alresford Day Centre is available in the morning and afternoon every Tuesday and Thursday. It is open to people with dementia an provides carers with vital well-earned respite.
  • Andover Stroke ClubMay 18, 2015Andover Stroke Club welcomes membership from people affected by stroke in the Andover area. The group is held in the afternoon on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month from 2.30 - 4.30pm.
  • Andover Platinum FellowshipMay 15, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the Monday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Andover Peter Pan Club 50+May 15, 2015The group is held in the every Monday and Wednesday. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Everton Alzheimer’s Society Support GroupMay 15, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the 2nd Thursday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Andover Parkinsons Support GroupMay 15, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the 4th Friday of every month from 2.30-4.30pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Andover Neighbourcare Social GroupMay 15, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the Monday from 1-4pm of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • New Milton Alzheimer’s Society Support GroupMay 15, 2015The group is held in the morning on the 4th Thursday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Alzheimer’s Cafe WinchesterMay 15, 2015The group is held in the evening on the 4th Wednesday of every month at 7-9pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Andover Alzheimer’s CafeMay 15, 2015The group is held in the evening on the 2nd Thursday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Sway Alzheimer’s CafeMay 15, 2015The group is held in the evening on the Thursday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Alresford Dementia CafeMay 15, 2015The group is held in the morning and afternoon on the 4th Tuesday of every month. It is open to carers of people with dementia.
  • Allbrook Good Companions, EastleighMay 15, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 2-4pm. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Alderholt CafeMay 15, 2015The group is held in the morning on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Afternoon teaMay 15, 2015The group is held in the afternoon on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month. It is open to people with dementia and their carers.
  • Activity ClubMay 15, 2015The group is held in the morning every Friday at 10-12.15. It is open to carers of people with dementia.
  • Botley Lunch ClubMay 15, 2015Botley Lunch Club meets on Wednesdays at Botley Centre between 11am and 2pm where a two course lunch is served with tea or coffee. There is a small charge for the lunch and transport can be provided if required
  • Dementia Advice Service – Andover MindMay 14, 2015Dementia Advice Service for: Andover, Basingstoke, Deane and Alton, Eastleigh, Hart and Rushmoor, Romsey and Winchester www.andovermind.org.uk/dementia-advice/ 01264 353363  Dementia Contact list 2015 (and see below) How can we help? We are a consistent point of contact and support from first diagnosis throughout your journey We ...
  • Local contact cardMay 14, 2015Dr Nicola Decker from Oakley and Overton Surgery  found it was useful to collate local resources onto a small card that can be given to patients, carers or staff with the dementia adviser contact number, local carer support and local council contacts.   To create ...
  • Dementia Friendly GP Surgeries iSPACEMay 7, 2015The iSPACE project led by Dr Nicola Decker, a GP at Oakley and Overton Surgery and dementia lead for the North Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group, has developed a suite of resources to help make a GP surgery dementia friendly.
  • Dementia Friendly GP PracticesApril 30, 2015A resource for GP surgeries who want to sign up to becoming more 'Dementia friendly'
  • Dementia and People with Intellectual Disabilities: Guidance on their Assessment, Diagnosis, Interventions and SupportApril 29, 2015This guidance published by the British Psychological Society aims to promote effective and timely assessment, diagnosis, interventions and support to people with intellectual disabilities who develop dementia.
  • Good to go: A guide to dementia-friendly days outApril 28, 2015This handbook published by Care UK aims to support carers relatives and friends who want to enjoy a variety of outings and trips with someone living with dementia.
  • Information about Lewy Body DementiaApril 27, 2015This handbook published by the Lewy Body Society aims to help people with Lewy body dementia (LBD), their families and health care professionals learn more about the disease and find ways and resources to help them cope with it.
  • Dementia Peer Support Resource PackApril 24, 2015This resource pack, published by the Health Innovation Network, the Academic Health Science Network for South London, aims to promote and encourage more peer support opportunities for people with dementia.
  • Singing for the Brain EastleighApril 23, 2015The Alzheimer's Society in West Hampshire runs this structured music group to encourage communication and participation and include opportunities to talk to other people. It is held every Tuesday morning 10.30 til 12pm at Centenary Hall in Eastleigh.
  • Eastleigh and Southampton Dementia support serviceApril 23, 2015The Alzheimer's Society in West Hampshire provides information and support to people living with dementia their carers and families.
  • Singing for the Brain ThornhillApril 23, 2015The Alzheimer's Society in West Hampshire runs this structured music group to encourage communication and participation and include opportunities to talk to other people. It is held on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month 2pm til 3:30pm at Thornhill Baptist Church.
  • Creating a dementia friendly workplace: A practical guide for employersApril 22, 2015This guide published by the Alzheimer's Society is designed to help employers provide support for staff members with dementia. It may also be a useful resource for people living with, or affested by, dementia in the workplace.
  • The Sound Doctor: Getting the best out of life with dementiaMarch 23, 2015A series of films providing information to families living with dementia through the entertaining medium of TV/Film.
  • Dementia Friendly Communities: New domains and global examplesMarch 20, 2015This report, published by Alzheimer’s Disease International, highlights the emerging trend to create dementia-friendly communities as a global response against stigma in an effort to form more inclusive societies for people living with dementia.
  • The Imperial Memory UnitMarch 19, 2015The Imperial Memory Unit within Charing Cross Hospital offers patients access to the latest treatments for memory disorders through participation in clinical trials and research.
  • Award in Understanding DementiaMarch 18, 2015The Alzheimer's Society and the Royal Society for Public Health have joined forces to create a new qualification to help people understand more about dementia.
  • Duty of Candour: Information for all providersMarch 15, 2015This document published by the Care Quality Commission sets out how meeting the Duty of Candour regulation will be central to both registration and inspection for NHS bodies and all other care providers regulated by the CQC.
  • Women and dementia: A marginalised majorityMarch 8, 2015This report published by Alzheimer's Research UK reveals that dementia has become the leading cause of death among British women and that women are far more likely to end up as carers of those with dementia than men, suffering physical and emotional stress and job losses in the process.
  • Caring for CarersMarch 3, 2015The Caring for Carers Hub developed by the Royal College of General Practitioners is a web based tool that can help primary care staff to more effectively support carers and the people they care for.
  • Sporting Memories NetworkMarch 2, 2015The Sporting Memories Network, also known as Replay, is a national charity which promotes the use of sporting memories to improve the wellbeing of older people and to tackle dementia, depression and social isolation.
  • Join Dementia ResearchFebruary 27, 2015Join Dementia Research aims to accelerate the pace of dementia research by allowing people with and without dementia to register their interest in studies, helping researchers find the right participants at the right time.
  • Prime Minister’s challenge on dementia 2020February 21, 2015The Prime Minister recently launched the government’s five year vision for the future of dementia care, support and research, which follows on from the existing Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia, launched in March 2012.
  • Reading well books on prescription for dementiaFebruary 4, 2015The Reading well books on prescription for dementia scheme is available in public libraries as part of a national library strategy to support the development of dementia-friendly communities and build understanding and awareness of the condition.
  • No Secrets: guidance on protecting vulnerable adults in careJanuary 22, 2015This guidance document published by the Department of Health sets out a code of practice for the protection of vulnerable adults in care.
  • Collaborative Care and Support Planning: an introductionJanuary 19, 2015This animation, commissioned by the Royal College of General Practitioners, sets out the collaborative care and support planning process in a short, easy to understand way.
  • Mental Health Act 1983: Code of PracticeJanuary 16, 2015The revised code of practice shows professionals how to carry out their roles and responsibilities under the Mental Health Act 1983, to ensure that all patients receive high quality and safe care.
  • Carers AssessmentJanuary 13, 2015This factsheet published by Carers UK outlines the Carers Assessment, a legal entitlement which explores how being a carer affects someone, how much caring they can realistically do, and any help they may need.
  • Dementia Action AllianceJanuary 13, 2015The Dementia Action Alliance brings together organisations across England committed to transforming the lives of people with dementia and their carers.
  • Pain in People with Dementia: A Silent TragedyJanuary 7, 2015This report, published by Napp Pharmaceuticals, draws on a survey of interviews with experts, major providers of care, and on desk research. It quantifies the problem and sets out the issues in recognising, assessing and managing pain in people with dementia.
  • 10 Top Tips for supporting carers of people living with cancerDecember 12, 2014This guidance produced by Macmillan Cancer Support offers some top tips for primary care practitoners to support carers of people living with cancer.
  • Commissioning for Carers PrinciplesDecember 5, 2014This practical tool is part of a suite of products that will help commissioners to deliver what carers say is important to them in ways that have been shown to work effectively and efficiently in practice.
  • Carers Evidence Summits ebookDecember 5, 2014NHS Improving Quality has produced an ebook to share the Commitment to Carers achievements over the last year. It includes the findings from the regional Carers Evidence Summits and links to over 50 case studies.
  • Mental Capacity Act Code of PracticeNovember 21, 2014This guidance published by the Office of the Public Guardian explains to people working with or caring for adults who lack capacity to make decisions for themselves the legal responsibilities that must be considered under the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
  • Faculty for the Psychology of Older PeopleNovember 14, 2014The Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (FPoP), formely known as PSIGE, is part of the British Psychological Society's Division of Clinical Psychology. It works to encourage the exchange of information, ideas and expertise about psychological approaches with older people.
  • Wearing glasses with dementia factsheetNovember 10, 2014This factsheet is about the issues people with dementia who need to wear glasses may face. It will be useful for people with dementia, their families, carers and professionals.
  • Eye examinations for people with dementia factsheetNovember 10, 2014This factsheet provides information on eye examinations for people with dementia. It will be useful for people with dementia, their families, carers and professionals.
  • Dementia Revealed: What primary care needs to knowOctober 30, 2014This toolkit written by Dr Elizabeth Barrett is intended as an educational resource for use by GPs and practice nurses to expand their knowledge and confidence.
  • Cracks in the pathwayOctober 30, 2014This report presents the findings of a Care Quality Commission review of the care people living with dementia receive as they moved between care homes and acute hospitals.
  • Dementia assessment and referral 2014-15October 28, 2014This data collection reports on the number and proportion of patients aged 75 and over admitted as an emergency for more than 72 hours who have been identified as potentially having dementia, who are appropriately assessed and, where appropriate, referred on to specialist services in England.
  • Five Year Forward ViewOctober 23, 2014The Five Year Forward View published by NHS England sets out why the NHS needs to change and various models of care which could be provided in the future to deliver transformed care for patients.
  • British Institute of Learning DisabilitiesOctober 20, 2014British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD) wants people with learning disabilities to be valued equally, participate fully in their communities and be treated with dignity and respect.
  • State of Care 2013/14October 16, 2014This report published by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) reveals wide variation in the quality and safety of care for conditions such as dementia in England.
  • Supporting a person with dementiaOctober 16, 2014This Easy Read factsheet published by the the Alzheimer's Society provides advice for someone with learning disabilities who may have a friend or relative with dementia.
  • Improving the delivery of adult diabetes care through integrationOctober 10, 2014This report published by Diabetes UK explains how diabetes care can be improved to achieve better outcomes for people with diabetes. The challenge for commissioners and healthcare providers locally is to make the system work to support that.
  • British Heart FoundationSeptember 29, 2014The British Heart Foundation is a UK charity leading the fight against coronary heart disease funding pioneering research to transform the lives of people living with heart and circulatory conditions.
  • National Diabetes AuditSeptember 29, 2014The National Diabetes Audit (NDA) is a major national clinical audit, which measures the effectiveness of diabetes healthcare against NICE Clinical Guidelines and NICE Quality Standards, in England and Wales.
  • Diabetes UKSeptember 29, 2014Diabetes UK is a leading charity that cares for, connects with and campaigns on behalf of every person affected by or at risk of diabetes.
  • Grief, loss and bereavementSeptember 22, 2014This factsheet published by the Alzheimers Society looks at some of the feelings carers may experience in caring for someone living with dementia and suggests ways to cope. It also looks at supporting a person with dementia to cope with grief and bereavement.
  • World Alzheimer Report 2014, Dementia and Risk ReductionSeptember 16, 2014The World Alzheimer Report 2014, Dementia and Risk Reduction: An analysis of protective and modifiable factors critically examines the evidence for the existence of modifiable risk factors for dementia.
  • Planning for your future careSeptember 16, 2014This guidance published by the National Council for Palliative Care explains advance care planning to the public. It outlines the different options available to people when planning for their end of life care.
  • Listen, talk, connect: Communicating with people living with dementiaSeptember 5, 2014This handbook published by Care UK is a guide to support carers relatives and friends who want to communicate effectively with someone living with dementia.
  • A vision of care fit for the twenty-first centurySeptember 3, 2014This report published by the Commission on Residential Care offers a vision of housing with care fit for the twenty-first century, not bound by existing definitions but based on the outcomes that people want and value.
  • Diabetes sample service specificationAugust 14, 2014The service specification, published by NHS England, outlines the provision of high quality care for all those with diabetes. It describes all the services needed to provide a complete care pathway for people with diabetes.
  • Self Management UKAugust 5, 2014Self Management UK provide support and advice for people living with a long term health condition, such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease, COPD, arthritis and chronic pain.
  • Building on the National Dementia Strategy: Change, progress and prioritiesJuly 27, 2014This report published by the All Party Parliamentary Party Group on Dementia (APPG) calls for a new long term strategy for dementia to be a worthy successor to the National Dementia Strategy for Dementia in England and the Prime Minister's challenge on dementia.
  • Dementia Research CentreJuly 11, 2014The Dementia Research Centre, based at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, is one of the UK's leading centres for clinical research into dementia.
  • Bradford Dementia GroupJuly 11, 2014Bradford Dementia Group is a multi-disciplinary, multi-professional group committed to making a difference to policy and practice in dementia care, through excellence in research, education and training.
  • Dementia Services Development CentreJuly 11, 2014The Dementia Services Development Centre is an international centre of knowledge and expertise dedicated to improving the lives of people with dementia.
  • Disabled Living FoundationJuly 11, 2014The Disabled Living Foundation (DLF) is a national charity providing impartial advice, information and training on independent living.
  • Telehealth and Telecare AwareJuly 11, 2014This online information portal provides a news and information service for people interested in telecare and telehealth.
  • Better care for older peopleJuly 11, 2014This online resource published by the General Medical Council aims to help doctors challenge the stereotypes associated with older people and tackle the most common concerns older people have about their care.
  • Marie Curie End of Life Care AtlasJuly 4, 2014The Marie Curie End of Life Care Atlas is an information portal that gives people who plan and commission end of life care new insight into care provision in their local areas.
  • National Council for Palliative CareJuly 4, 2014The National Council for Palliative Care (NCPC) is the umbrella charity for all those involved in palliative, end of life and hospice care in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
  • Gold Standards Framework CentreJuly 4, 2014The National Gold Standards Framework (GSF) Centre in End of Life Care is the national training and coordinating centre for all GSF programmes, enabling generalist frontline staff to provide a gold standard of care for people nearing the end of life.
  • Employers for CarersJune 25, 2014Employers for Carers provides practical, ‘hands-on’, help to employers to support carers in their workforce.
  • Short Breaks NetworkJune 25, 2014The Short Breaks Network is the national co-ordinating body for the short break sector in the UK, providing short breaks for disabled children, young people and their families.
  • Bladder and Bowel CommunityJune 25, 2014The Bladder and Bowel Community is the UK wide charity for people with bladder and bowel control problems. It provides information and support services, including a confidential helpline, for anyone affected by these conditions as well as their families, carers and healthcare professionals.
  • Continence Product AdvisorJune 25, 2014The Continence Product Advisor is a website providing evidence-based guidance on how to select appropriate products for managing incontinence and use them effectively.
  • Dementia-friendly technology charterJune 23, 2014The Dementia-friendly technology charter gives people with dementia and their carers information on how to access technology. It also provides guidance to health, housing and social care professionals on how to make technology work for people based on their individual needs.
  • Foundation for People with Learning DisabilitiesJune 18, 2014The Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities influences government and local authority policies and services so that they better meet the needs of people with learning disabilities, their families and carers.
  • The National Valuing Families ForumJune 18, 2014The National Valuing Families Forum brings together a network of regional family carer organisations to consult and feed into government policy and legislation affecting those with learning disabilities and their families.
  • Marie Curie Cancer CareJune 17, 2014Marie Curie Cancer Care is a UK charity dedicated to the care of people with terminal illnesses.
  • Improving cancer patient experience: A top tips guideJune 17, 2014This guide published by Macmillan Cancer Support provides top tips to support professionals make service improvements in response to the National Cancer Survey and deliver improved patient experience.
  • Cancer Delivery Support ToolJune 17, 2014The Cancer Delivery Support Tool developed by Macmillan Cancer Support is an electronic support tool to assist GPs and Health Professionals to make an early diagnosis of five types of cancer: Oesophageal, Pancreatic, Ovarian, Colorectal and Lung.
  • Improving the quality of cancer care in primary careJune 17, 2014This toolkit developed by Macmillan Cancer Support aims to support the primary care professionals to develop initiatives and programmes which have a positive impact on the care of people daiagnosed with cancer, their families and carers.
  • Cancer information factsheetsJune 17, 2014These factsheets published by Macmillan Cancer Support cover a variety of topics relating to cancer, such as chemotherapy drugs, less common cancer types and practical issues for cancer care professionals.
  • Macmillan Cancer SupportJune 17, 2014Macmillan Cancer Support is a national charitable organisation that provides practical, medical and financial support and push for better cancer care.
  • Dementia CarerJune 9, 2014Dementia Carer is a website that provides access to a wide range of video clips featuring carers discussing what helps them cope with issues they encounter in caring for someone with dementia.
  • Foundation for Assistive TechnologyJune 9, 2014The Foundation for Assistive Technology aims to develop a thriving market in equipment that promotes independent living and meets the real needs of disabled and older people.
  • Making your home a better place to live with dementiaJune 9, 2014This briefing published by Care and Repair England outlines how people might adapt their homes to help better manage the symptoms associatted with dementia.
  • Assist UKJune 9, 2014Assist UK leads a UK wide network of locally-situated Disabled Living Centres. Most centres include a permanent exhibition of products and equipment that provide people with opportunities to see and try products and equipment to support them to live independently.
  • Carers DirectJune 6, 2014Carers Direct offer a helpline for carers that need help with their caring role and want to talk to someone about what options are available to them.
  • Carers UKJune 5, 2014Carers UK is a national membership charity for carers, that is both a support network and a movement for change.
  • Carers TrustJune 5, 2014Carers Trust works to improve support, services and recognition for anyone living with the challenges of caring, unpaid, for a family member or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or addiction problems.
  • The Disabled Parents NetworkJune 5, 2014The Disabled Parents Network is a National network of Disabled Parents, helping each other and bringing about change for disabled people who are parents or who hope to become parents, their families, friends and supporters.
  • Duty to Care? Supporting and involving unpaid carers of people at the end of lifeJune 1, 2014This resource covers the three plenary discussion sessions at the ‘Duty to Care?' conference held in 2013 facilitated by the National Council for Palliative Care. Three detailed scenarios were debated to help identify and explore the practical issues involved in being or supporting a carer.
  • Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)May 21, 2014The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) maintain registers of drivers and vehicles in Great Britain. It is important that practitioners encourage their patients with dementia to inform the DVLA of their diagnosis.
  • Driving and dementiaMay 21, 2014This Alzheimer's Society factsheet explains the legal situation around driving and dementia, and gives some tips on stopping driving.
  • Care and Support Jargon BusterMay 14, 2014The Care and Support Jargon Buster published by Think Local Act Personal is a plain English guide to the most commonly used social care words and phrases and what they mean.
  • ACEmobileMay 13, 2014ACEmobile is a mobile-friendly version of the Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination (ACE-III), a popular and commonly-used screening tools for dementia.
  • Montreal cognitive assessmentMay 12, 2014The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) is a rapid screening instrument for mild cognitive dysfunction suitable for use in primary care settings.
  • Addenbrookes cognitive examination-IIIMay 12, 2014The Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination-III (ACE) is one of the most popular and commonly used cognitive tests used in dementia clinics and in the assessment of other neurological disorders.
  • Mini-CogMay 12, 2014The Mini-Cog is a brief cognitive function test to screen for cognitive impairment in older adults in the primary care setting.
  • General practitioner assessment of cognitionMay 12, 2014The General practitioner assessment of cognition (GPCOG) is a reliable, valid and efficient tool to use to screen for dementia in primary care settings for people with carers.
  • Six Item Cognitive Impairment TestMay 12, 2014The Six Item Cognitive Impairment Test (6CIT) is a brief cognitive function test which takes less than five minutes and is widely used in primary care settings.
  • Abbreviated mental test scoreMay 12, 2014The Abbreviated mental test score (AMTS) was developed in 1972 for assessing cognition. The test takes around five minutes and is widely used, particularly in UK general hospital settings.
  • Focus on dementia researchMay 10, 2014The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) website Focus on Dementia showcases some of the cutting-edge clinical research that could bring new hope to dementia patients and their families.
  • Carer’s health checkMay 8, 2014A Carer's health check should be offered to any newly-registered carers according to local guidelines or the terms of any Local Enhanced Service.
  • Initial review following diagnosisMay 7, 2014This guidance outlines the steps that a practitioner should consider during an initial review with a patient that has received a formal diagnosis of dementia.
  • Blackfriars Consensus on promoting brain healthMay 3, 2014The Blackfriars Consensus, published by the UK Health Forum and Public Health England, explores the potential for incorporation of dementia risk reduction into current approaches for non-communicable diseases.
  • The Dementia Training CentreApril 12, 2014The Dementia Training Centre offers a range of courses from face to face training programmes, tailored to the meet the needs of your organisation, free e-learning packages designed by experts, to a Master’s degree offering specialist dementia training.
  • Referral for a diagnosisApril 7, 2014This leaflet produced by the Lewy Body Society highlights the importance of practitioners identifying the main symptoms of Lewy body dementia early to enable referral to a specialist at a memory clinic for correct diagnosis to be made.
  • Are you worried about Dementia?April 7, 2014This leaflet produced by the Lewy Body Society explains the main symptoms and causes of dementia. It also outlines the distinct symptoms associated with Lewy body dementia.
  • What causes dementia?April 6, 2014Dementia is the result of brain cells being damaged in an ongoing way. This happens as a result of a number of different diseases (sometimes referred to as ‘types’ of dementia). It is not an inevitable part of ageing.
  • How common is dementia?April 6, 2014According to the Alzheimer's Society there are around 800,000 people in the UK with dementia. One in three people over 65 will develop dementia, and two-thirds of people with dementia are women.
  • Parkinson’s UKApril 4, 2014Parkinsonism is a feature associated with some dementias, particularly Parkinson's dementia and dementia with Lewy bodies. Parkinson's UK offers support for patients and carers, including excellent advice on coping with daily activities.
  • What is dementia?April 2, 2014This resource will help practitioners to understand that dementia is more than just difficulties with memory. Dementia is not a single disease but a term used to describe a group of symptoms.
  • Be head strongMarch 16, 2014This guidance published by the Alzheimer's Society contains tips to help people reduce the risk of developing dementia.
  • AT DementiaMarch 13, 2014AT Dementia is web-based information resource on assistive technologies (including telecare) for people with dementia.
  • Choosing your hospitalMarch 12, 2014Most patients can choose which hospital they are seen in according to what matters most to them, whether it's location, waiting times, reputation, clinical performance, visiting policies, parking facilities or other patients' comments.
  • Diabetes care planning reviewMarch 12, 2014Practitioners should provide an annual care planning review to all people with diabetes to ensure that each patient gets the right support for managing their diabetes. This short film produced by Diabetes UK aims to help patients to understand what care planning is, and how they can get more involved in their diabetes care.
  • Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS)March 5, 2014This factsheet published by the Alzheimer's Society explains the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS), which are part of the Mental Capacity Act 2005. It also outlines the process for getting authorisation for a deprivation of liberty and how to get it reviewed.
  • Advance decisionsMarch 5, 2014Advance Directives (also referred to as advance decisions to refuse treatment, ADRTs, or living wills) may be drawn up by any person with capacity to do so who is over the age of 18, to determine what treatment they might receive in the event of them losing capacity to make decisions under the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
  • Mental Capacity Act 2005March 5, 2014The Mental Capacity Act 2005 came into force in 2007 and affects all those working in health and social care involved in caring for people over the age of 16 who are unable to make some or all decisions for themselves.
  • Lewy Body SocietyMarch 5, 2014The Lewy Body Society is a charity which aims to raise awareness of Dementia with Lewy bodies for the general public and educate those in the medical profession and decision making positions about all aspects of the disease and to support research into the disease.
  • The dementia guideFebruary 22, 2014This guide produced by the Alzheimer's Society is for anyone who has recently been told they have dementia.
  • Alzheimer’s Research UKFebruary 18, 2014Alzheimer's Research UK is a leading research charity for dementia, dedicated to funding scientific studies to find ways to treat, cure or prevent all dementias.
  • Can dementia be prevented?February 16, 2014These web pages on the NHS Choices portal give advice on leading a healthy lifestyle to help lower your risk of developing dementia when you are older.
  • Alzheimer’s SocietyFebruary 14, 2014Alzheimer's Society is a membership organisation, which works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
  • Life After Death: Six steps to improve support in bereavementJanuary 30, 2014This briefing paper published by the National Council for Palliative Care identifies six steps to address bereavement as a major public policy issue.
  • 10 key steps to improving timely diagnosis: A resource pack for Commissioners and General PracticesJanuary 29, 2014This resource pack sets out key steps for Commissioners, and key steps for General Practices to improve the diagnosis of dementia, and the diagnosis pathway.
  • Am I at risk of developing dementia?January 16, 2014This factsheet published by the Alzheimer's Society explains what we know about the risks associated with developing different types of dementia, and gives some advice on the steps people can take to reduce their risk.
  • The Care Bill: factsheetsJanuary 10, 2014These factsheets will help practitioners to better support patients and carers to get the care and support they need, following the changes introduced by the Care Bill, published in 2013.
  • Putting dementia on the mapNovember 29, 2013Putting dementia on the map published by the Department of Health draws on data and information about dementia health and care, dementia friendly communities and research.
  • Dementia: A state of the nation report on dementia care and support in EnglandNovember 29, 2013This report, published by the Department of Health, sets out what is known about dementia care, support and research. It highlights where improvements are being made and where improvements are needed.
  • Virtual Hospital modelling toolNovember 5, 2013The Virtual Hospital modelling tool, developed by the Dementia Services Development Centre, aims to show good design can help to make an acute hospital setting dementia-friendly.
  • Carers services guide – Setting up support services for carersOctober 28, 2013This guide published by Help the Hospices provides a framework for organisations planning to set up support services for carers of people with life-limiting and terminal illnesses.
  • Thinking Ahead: a planning guide for familiesOctober 18, 2013This guidance, published by the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities, provides a clear framework to help the families of people with learning disabilities plan for the future and address the concerns they have.
  • Diabetes care pathwayOctober 14, 2013This NICE care pathway defines clinical best practice for diabetes care. It covers managing type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
  • Improving Dementia Education and Awareness (IDEA)October 13, 2013This online resource managed by the University of Nottingham is aimed at improving the care and quality of life for people with dementia.
  • Peer support networks and dementia advisers: evaluationOctober 9, 2013This report, published by the Department of Health, provides the findings of the Healthbridge evaluation into the role that dementia advisers and peer support networks can provide in post diagnostic support for people with dementia and their carers.
  • Enhanced service for people with dementia in primary careSeptember 30, 2013This short paper by Alistair Burns and Laurence Buckman summarises a multi-disciplinary group discussion on how the Enhanced Service might be optimally used to increase the numbers of people receiving a diagnosis and accessing post diagnostic support.
  • ICD deactivation at the end of life: Principles and practiceSeptember 30, 2013Designed for any health professionals involved in caring for patients with an Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD), this document discusses issues relating to ICDs in the management of advanced heart disease.
  • Diabetes Risk ScoreSeptember 29, 2013The Diabetes Risk Score is an assessment tool which aims to identify individuals with impaired glucose regulation (IGR) and is designed to predict an individual’s risk of developing Type 2 diabetes within the next ten years. It was developed by University of Leicester and University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust in collaboration with Diabetes UK.
  • Journey of Caring: An analysis of long-term care for dementiaSeptember 19, 2013This report published by Alzheimer’s Disease International highlights the importance of helping people with dementia to remain independent and living in their own homes as part of the local community for as long as possible.
  • Guidance on the use of neuro-imaging in the assessment of dementia in Primary CareSeptember 12, 2013This guidance for Clinical Commissioning Groups and Health and Wellbeing Boards covers the role of neuro-imaging in the assessment and diagnosis of dementia in primary care.
  • The Triangle of Care – carers included: A guide to best practice for dementia careSeptember 4, 2013The Triangle of Care is a model for dementia care that supports a partnership approach between the person with dementia, the staff member and carer. It is designed to ensure that carers are appropriately included and involved in the care of people with dementia, particularly in hospital settings.
  • A road less rocky – supporting people with dementiaSeptember 4, 2013This report published by the Carers Trust highlights that carers of people with dementia are not getting the support and advice they often desperately need.
  • Building dementia-friendly communities: A priority for everyoneSeptember 3, 2013This report, published by the Alzheimer's Society, explores evidence from people with dementia about their experiences of living in their community and the ten key things they would like to see in a dementia-friendly community.
  • Dementia adviser service: evaluationAugust 31, 2013This report published by the Alzheimer's Society presents the findings of an evaluation of the Pathfinder Dementia Adviser services from the perspective of service users.
  • Dementia e-learning sessionsAugust 26, 2013An interactive e-learning resource to support the training of all health and social care staff in recognising, assessing, and managing dementia, and providing high quality dementia care.
  • Assistive technology – devices to help with everyday livingAugust 12, 2013This factsheet published by the Alzheimer's Society explores technological developments that can help make life easier for people with dementia and their carers in certain situations.
  • Frontotemporal dementiaAugust 6, 2013This article published in the British Medical Journal highlights some of the issues pertinent to Frontotemporal dementia, a clinically and pathologically heterogeneous group of non-Alzheimer dementias characterised collectively by relatively selective, progressive atrophy involving the frontal or temporal lobes, or both.
  • National Audit of Dementia in General HospitalsJuly 12, 2013The second report of the National Audit of Dementia in General Hospitals identifies continuing problems in the quality of care received by people with dementia in hospitals in England and Wales.
  • Dementia does not discriminate – The experiences of black, Asian and minority ethnic communitiesJuly 2, 2013This report, produced by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Dementia, looks at the experiences of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities in dealing with the condition.
  • Cataracts and dementia factsheetJune 25, 2013The information in this factsheet will help people in with both dementia and sight loss and how to help someone with dementia cope with surgery.
  • Guidance for Learning Disability Partnership BoardsJune 18, 2013This booklet offers guidance to Learning Disability Partnership Boards to help them ensure that carers of people with learning disabilities, and carers with learning disabilities are supported and involved in local service developments which affect their lives, and the lives of the people they care for.
  • What is dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB)?June 7, 2013This Alzheimer's Society factsheet outlines the causes, symptoms and treatments available for Dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB).
  • Dementia and aggressive behaviourMay 20, 2013This factsheet produced by the Alzheimer's Society aims to aid understanding about what may cause this type of behaviour and offers some ways to deal with it.
  • Participation in dementia researchMay 19, 2013This short film aims to encourage more patients and carers to take part in ground-breaking research into dementia and other neurodegenerative diseases.
  • Dementia coding clean-up exerciseMay 13, 2013This exercise devised by Dr Paul Russell aims to support GPs to identify problems in coding, which are contributing to low rates of dementia diagnosis on practice registers.
  • NHS Continuing Healthcare e-learning toolMay 8, 2013This e-learning tool developed by NHS England and the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services will support all practitioners to improve assessment and decision making around NHS Continuing Healthcare.
  • Dementia: Finding housing solutionsMay 7, 2013This report, published by the National Housing Federation, highlights how good housing and related services can impact positively on the lives of people with dementia, from delaying more intensive forms of care to preventing admission and readmission to hospital.
  • Dementia Prevalence CalculatorApril 30, 2013The Dementia Prevalence Calculator presents an opportunity for all health communities to gain a better understanding of their local estimated prevalence of dementia in the community, and among people living in local care homes.
  • Dementia 2013: The hidden voice of lonelinessApril 9, 2013This report, published Alzheimer’s Society, reveals that nearly two thirds (62%) of more than 250,000 people with dementia who live on their own are lonely. This compares to just 24 per cent of over 55 year olds.
  • CMG48: Support for commissioning of dementia careApril 3, 2013This guidance produced by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) summarises the key commissioning issues and the resource impact that will arise from implementing improvements in the quality of care for people with dementia, in line with the statements and measures that comprise the NICE quality standards for dementia.
  • QS30: Supporting people to live well with dementiaApril 3, 2013This quality standard, published by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), covers the care and support of people with dementia.
  • Cardiovascular Disease Outcomes StrategyMarch 29, 2013This outcomes strategy published by the Department of Health identifies ten key actions for local authority and NHS commissioners and providers to deliver improvements in patient outcomes.
  • Making a Difference in Dementia: Nursing StrategyMarch 15, 2013This nursing vision and strategy for dementia care, published by the Department of Health, makes clear that every nurse can make a difference to the care of people with dementia.
  • Best practice for commissioning diabetes servicesMarch 14, 2013This guidance published by Diabetes UK aims to help commissioners understand the nature of integrated diabetes care, why it is so important and to provide a signpost to other documents that will be of help in the commissioning process.
  • Helping you to assess cognition: A practical toolkit for cliniciansMarch 12, 2013This toolkit published by the Alzheimer's Society provides guidance to clinicians about what cognitive function tests are available and how they may be used in clinical practice.
  • RCGP Commissioning Guidance in End of Life CareMarch 4, 2013This guidance offers a logical six-step framework and overview to support GP commissioners to deliver practical improvements in end of life care, aligned with national policy and quality standards.
  • Low expectations: attitudes on choice, care and community for people with dementia in care homesFebruary 26, 2013This report published by the Alzheimer’s Society stresses the need to lift expectations and to strengthen existing minimum standards to boost quality of life for people with dementia in care homes.
  • Support and care for people living with dementia from minority communitiesFebruary 24, 2013This report outlines recommendations to improve support and care for people with dementia from minority communities in the North East.
  • Dementia FriendsFebruary 21, 2013Dementia Friends is an Alzheimer’s Society initiative that aims to give a million people a better understanding of dementia by 2015.
  • Handy guide to selecting a care homeJanuary 28, 2013This guide published by the Alzheimer’s Society is designed to be taken into care homes by people with dementia and their families and provides an independent and objective guide to what makes good quality care.
  • Spirituality and ageing: implications for the care and support of older peopleJanuary 22, 2013This briefing paper published the Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services explores why our ageing population requires person-centred care and developmental support in order to maximise its chances of ageing well.
  • Dementia diagnosis resource packJanuary 17, 2013This resource pack produced by Dementia Partnerships sets out key steps for Commissioners and General Practices to improve the diagnosis of dementia, and diagnosis pathways.
  • Implementing local diabetes networksJanuary 14, 2013Implementing Local Diabetes Networks, published by Diabetes UK, is for commissioners to explain the importance and composition of a local diabetes network.
  • Supporting people with dementia at homeJanuary 14, 2013This training resource published by the Alzheimer’s Society aims to help homecare workers provide excellent person centred support for people with dementia who are living at home.
  • How would I know? What can I do?December 6, 2012This guide, developed by the National Council for Palliative Care (NCPC), provides advice for carers and those who work with people with dementia on how to help with pain and distress in people with the condition.
  • Dementia READ codesDecember 5, 2012This knowledge summary produced by Dementia Partnerships defines a standard set of READ codes for the diagnosis of dementia to be used by general practices and memory assessment services.
  • Delivering major improvements in dementia care and research by 2015: A report of progressNovember 8, 2012This report by the three Champion Groups leading the Prime Minister's challenge on dementia provides an update on progress since the launch of the Challenge in March 2012.
  • Hospital 2 Home resource packOctober 26, 2012This resource is designed to make it easier for health and social care professionals involved in hospital discharge to support older patients in returning home safely after a hospital stay and reduce the risk of readmission to hospital.
  • Find me good careOctober 23, 2012This website developed by the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) is designed to help people find the right care and support to suit their needs and lifestyle, whether at a time of crisis or as they plan for the future.
  • Sight, perception and hallucinations in dementiaOctober 20, 2012This Alzheimer's Society factsheet considers some specific difficulties that people with dementia can have with sight, perception and hallucinations, and suggests ways to support them.
  • Advance care planning toolkitOctober 19, 2012This toolkit developed by the National End of Life Care Programme (NEoLCP) aims to help care providers approach the advance care planning process with confidence and knowledge.
  • Commissioning person-centred end of life careOctober 17, 2012This toolkit published by the National End of Life Care Programme identifies the main elements involved in the commissioning process, explains the commissioning cycle in practical terms and offers a four-stage approach across all sectors.
  • The Right Care: creating dementia friendly hospitalsOctober 15, 2012The Right Care is a call to action to transform the acute hospital experience for people with dementia and their carers.
  • Taking medication ‘just like that’October 13, 2012This campaign led by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) aimed to remind people how vital heart medicines and raise awareness that millions of people could be putting their lives in danger by not taking their medicines as prescribed.
  • Ten tips for communicating with a person with dementiaSeptember 8, 2012These top tips produced by the Family Caregiver Alliance will help practitioners and those caring for a person with dementia to improve communication skills and ability to handle the difficult behaviour.
  • The Right Prescription: resource packSeptember 3, 2012This resource pack will support pharmacists, who play a crucial role in medicines optimisation, to have critical conversations about the prescription of antipsychotics in dementia and reduce inappropriate prescribing.
  • Matters of Life and Death: Helping people to live well until they dieAugust 4, 2012This guidance aims to support practitioners to implement the End of Life Care Patient Charter, jointly produced by the Royal College of General Practitioners and the Royal College of Nursing.
  • National dementia and antipsychotic prescribing auditJuly 28, 2012The National dementia and antipsychotic prescribing audit aims to gather information from primary care to establish a national picture of prescribing antipsychotic medication in people with dementia.
  • Unlocking Diagnosis: The key to improving the lives of people with dementiaJuly 4, 2012This report published by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia (APPG) explores the barriers to dementia diagnosis in the UK. It makes recommendations to improve diagnosis rates and provide better post diagnosis support for people with dementia.
  • Moving and walking aboutJune 20, 2012This Alzheimer's Society factsheet explains some of the reasons why a person with dementia may walk about and looks at what you can do to help.
  • New models of care for dementiaApril 9, 2012This report proposes a new understanding of the dementia journey and a revised model of care for dementia, aimed at improving experiences and outcomes, and informing service redesign and commissioning.
  • Dementia commissioning for quality and innovationMarch 10, 2012Dementia commissioning for quality and innovation (CQUIN) aims to help identify patients with dementia and other causes of cognitive impairment, alongside their other medical conditions and to prompt appropriate referral and follow up after they leave hospital.
  • Care of people with dementia in primary careMarch 10, 2012This factsheet published by the Royal College of General Practitioners provides GPs with guidance on the care of people with dementia in primary care.
  • Guidance and standards for diagnosing dementiaMarch 10, 2012This guidance sets out the process and associated standards for making a diagnosis of dementia in primary health care services, and by specialist memory assessment services.
  • What is Alzheimer’s disease?March 7, 2012Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia, affecting around 496,000 people in the UK. This Alzheimer's Society factsheet outlines the symptoms and risk factors for Alzheimer's disease, and describes what treatments are currently available.
  • The later stages of dementiaMarch 7, 2012During the later stages of dementia most people will become increasingly frail due to the progression of the illness. They will also gradually become dependent on others for all of their care.
  • Moving into a care home: advice for lesbian, gay and bisexual peopleFebruary 22, 2012This factsheet published by the Alzheimers Society provides some advice for lesbian, gay and bisexual people on choosing a suitable care home and suggests things to think about when the person moves in.
  • Drugs used to relieve behavioural and psychological symptoms in dementiaJanuary 20, 2012This factsheet produced by the Alzheimer’s Society explores the different types of drugs that can be used to treat these symptoms if non-pharmalogical treatments have not worked.
  • What is vascular dementia?December 7, 2011Vascular dementia is the second most common form of dementia after Alzheimer's disease. This Alzheimer's Society factsheet outlines the causes, symptoms and treatments available for vascular dementia.
  • Personalisation and dementia: a practitioner’s guide to self-directed support for people living with dementiaNovember 28, 2011This guide to personalisation and dementia has been written for, and with input from, people living with dementia, their families and friends, and the practitioners who support them.
  • Case for change – Communities for people living with dementiaNovember 28, 2011This document explains the evidence that has been used in designing the service to support people with dementia, whether living at home or in care homes, as well as dementia-specific elements of other Communities.
  • An evaluation of dementia support worker rolesNovember 25, 2011This report presents an evaluation of existing models of community-based support for people with dementia, their families and carers.
  • NICE quality standard QS13: End of life care for adultsNovember 17, 2011This quality standard published by the National Clinical Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) defines clinical best practice in provding end of life care for adults.
  • Making involvement countOctober 7, 2011The Making involvement count resource pack is made up 18 cards each aimed at giving specific information, advice and top tips to support people with dementia to get involved in activities whilst recognising their current abilities.
  • Caring, compassionate, skilled – transforming the dementia workforceOctober 5, 2011This guidance will support commissioners to better understand workforce planning and development issues that may impact staff working with people with dementia and their carers and families.
  • Gold Standard Framework Prognostic Indicator GuidanceOctober 4, 2011This guidance aims to help GPs, clinicians and other professionals in earlier identification of those adult patients nearing the end of their life who may need additional support.
  • Improving the care of people with dementia in general hospitalsSeptember 21, 2011Dignity in dementia; improving care in general hospital settings, a Royal College of Nursing led project, has launched tools to improve the care of people with dementia in general hospitals.
  • Committed to carers: Supporting carers of people at the end of lifeJuly 30, 2011This report published by the Marie Curie Cancer Care draws on the direct experiences of people caring for someone at the end of life and on Marie Curie Cancer Care’s years of expertise of caring for carers.
  • Service specification for dementia: better care at home, and in care homesJuly 28, 2011This specification has been designed to support primary care in the assessment and management of people with problematic symptoms of dementia or other complex presentations living at home, in a care home or other residential setting.
  • Service specification for dementia: mental health liaison service for general and community hospitalsJuly 28, 2011This specification has been designed to assist commissioners in the delivery of a service to support general and community hospitals to deliver better care to people with dementia.
  • Template action plan to improve care for people with dementia in the communityJuly 28, 2011This is a template action plan for use by local authorities and commissioning consortia working together under the auspices of Health and Well-being Boards to improve care for those people with dementia who live in their own homes or in some other residential setting.
  • Request for proposal: action plan to improve care for people with dementia in hospitalJuly 28, 2011This is a request for a proposal to improve care for people with dementia in hospital.
  • Optimising treatment and care for behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementiaJuly 28, 2011This best practice guide has been developed in consultation with an advisory group of leading clinicians specialising in dementia.
  • Case for change – mental health liaison service for dementia care in hospitalsJuly 28, 2011This document explains the evidence that has been used to identify eligible patients and for the design of mental health liaison services in general and community hospitals and its core components.
  • Reducing the use of antipsychotic drugsJuly 21, 2011This leaflet is for people with dementia and their carers who want to know more about behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia and how they can be prevented and treated.
  • The £20 Billion Question – An inquiry into improving lives through cost-effective dementia servicesJuly 4, 2011This report published by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia (APPG) explores the the evidence for cost effective models of dementia care. It makes recommendations to focus on early intervention and prevention to reduce early entry to residential care and reduce unnecessary hospital admissions.
  • Commissioning End of Life Care: Act & EarlyJuly 4, 2011This guidance published by the National Council for Palliative Care aims to help healthcare commissioners to prioritise early action on end of life care to ensure people’s choices are met and to avoid unnecessary emergency hospital admissions.
  • Understanding out of hospital dementia careMay 10, 2011This report, published by Healthcare at Home, explores home-based models of care that will keep people with dementia out of hospital.
  • Dementia awareness resource packApril 10, 2011This pack contains a selection of quality assured awareness raising resources designed to promote living well with dementia. The resources include leaflets, factsheets, contact lists and a DVD.
  • Support, Stay, Save: care and support of people with dementia in their own homesApril 4, 2011This report provides evidence from over 2,000 carers, people with dementia and home care workers on the aspirations, experiences and outcomes of providing dementia care in the community in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
  • Echocardiography guidelines for valve quantificationApril 1, 2011This poster contains guidelines for echocardiography valve quantification developed by the Education Committee of the British Society of Echocardiography.
  • Windows of opportunity for prevention and early intervention in dementia toolkitMarch 24, 2011This online resource, produced by the Social Care Institute for Excellence, will help commissioners and providers to ensure that any help or support offered at any stage in a person’s journey with dementia is offered in a timely way.
  • Diabetes in adults quality standardMarch 14, 2011This NICE quality standard defines clinical best practice for diabetes care. It provides specific, concise quality statements, measures and audience descriptors to provide patients and the public, health and social care professionals, commissioners and service providers with definitions of high-quality care.
  • NICE Clinical guideline CG42 Dementia: supporting people with dementia and their carers in health and social careMarch 1, 2011This guideline, published by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), makes specific recommendations on Alzheimer's disease, dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB), fronto temporal dementia, vascular dementia and mixed dementias, as well as recommendations that apply to all types of dementia.
  • Loss and bereavement in people with dementiaFebruary 22, 2011This leaflet published by Alzheimer Scotland addresses the lack of help and information available for formal and informal carers of people with dementia who are bereaved.
  • Recognised, valued and supported: Next steps for the Carers StrategyDecember 3, 2010This strategy identifies the actions that the Government will take between 2011-15 to support its priorities to ensure the best possible outcomes for carers and those they support.
  • Understanding and respecting the person with dementiaNovember 29, 2010This factsheet produced by the Alzheimer’s Society explores ways that carers can help people living with dementia to feel valued and good about themselves.
  • Unusual behaviourNovember 29, 2010This factsheet produced by the Alzheimer’s Society outlines some typical sorts of unusual behaviour in people with dementia and explains some common causes.
  • Befriending works: building resilience in local communitiesNovember 12, 2010This report published by the Mentoring and Befriending Foundation provides an overview of how befriending can contribute to improving the health and well-being outcomes of vulnerable people at risk of social isolation or exclusion from mainstream society.
  • Treatment and care towards the end of life: good practice in decision makingNovember 4, 2010This guidance provides a framework for good practice aimed at doctors when providing treatment and care for patients who are reaching the end of their lives.
  • What about me? Remembering the needs of carersJuly 29, 2010This short leaflet published by Marie Curie Cancer Care is a good starting point for anyone working in health, social care or other setting who is likely to come into contact with people approaching the end of life and their carers.
  • End of life care for people with dementia commissioning and benchmarking toolJune 25, 2010The commissioning and benchmarking tool helps you to assess local service requirements using the indicative benchmark as a starting point. With knowledge of your local population and its demographic, you can amend the benchmark to better reflect your local circumstances.
  • End of life care for people with dementia commissioning guideJune 8, 2010This commissioning guide provides support for the local implementation of NICE clinical guidelines through commissioning, and is a resource to help statutory and voluntary health and social care professionals in England to commission integrated end of life care (EOLC) services for people with dementia.
  • A Misspent Opportunity? Inquiry into the funding of the National Dementia StrategyMarch 18, 2010This report published by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia (APPG) examines initial progress made by Primary Care Trusts in England towards implementing the National Dementia Strategy for England.
  • Diabetes and your heartMarch 11, 2010This booklet is for people who have diabetes, and for their families and friends. It may also be useful if you don’t have diabetes but you have been told you may develop it in the future.
  • This is meFebruary 23, 2010'This is me' is a leaflet produced by the Alzheimer's Society to help hospital staff better understand the needs of people with dementia.
  • Dementia: ethical issuesJanuary 25, 2010This report published by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics presents an ethical framework to help practitioners who face dilemmas in connection with the everyday care of someone with dementia.
  • Counting the cost: caring for people with dementia on hospital wardsNovember 28, 2009This report published by the Alzheimer's Society reveals unacceptable variations in the quality of care for people with dementia in hospital and puts forward recommendations to improve dementia care, shorten the length of stay and reduce costs.
  • Commissioning domiciliary care for people with dementia and their carersNovember 28, 2009The purpose of this paper is to assist commissioners in ensuring that homecare for people with dementia is appropriate to their needs and/or the needs of their carers.
  • Supporting Family Carers of People with Learning DisabilitiesSeptember 18, 2009This resource pack produced by the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities and the Sharing Caring Project at Sheffield Mencap supports practitioners to develop and provide the best information and support to family carers of people with learning disabilities.
  • Dementia and People with Learning DisabilitiesSeptember 18, 2009This document jointly published by the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the British Psychological Society provides guidance on the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and support of people with learning disabilities who develop dementia.
  • Dementia patient decision aidSeptember 7, 2009This decision aid is intended to assist health professionals considering prescribing acetylcholinesterase inhibitor medication (donepezil, galantamine or rivastigmine) for patients to improve symptoms of dementia and reduce the rate of decline in mental function.
  • Prepared to care – Challenging the dementia skills gapJune 4, 2009This report published by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia (APPG) explores the scale of the challenge in training the caring professions in dementia, and how it may be met.
  • Making decisions: who decides when you can’t?April 20, 2009This guidance published by the Office of the Public Guardian explains how the Mental Capacity Act 2005 affects anyone who is unable to make some or all decisions for themselves. It provides advice to help people to plan ahead in case they are unable to make and understand decisions in the future.
  • Making decisions: a guide for people who work in health and social careApril 1, 2009This guidance published by the Office of the Public Guardian explains to health and social care workers how the Mental Capacity Act 2005 affects anyone who is unable to make some or all decisions for themselves.
  • See me, not just the dementiaJune 22, 2008This report looks at the experiences of people with dementia living in care homes in England, with a particular focus on whether their care offers dignity and respect.
  • Always a last resort: Inquiry into the prescription of antipsychotic drugs to people with dementia living in care homesApril 4, 2008This report published by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia (APPG) examines the problem of the over prescription of antipsychotic drugs to people with dementia living in care homes and proposes workables solutions.
  • Improving services and support for people with dementiaJuly 3, 2007This report published by the National Audit Office presents findings from a study into the health and social care services available for people with dementia and their unpaid carers in England and whether they are providing effective and good quality support; and the scope for better use of resources against a background of rising demand.
  • Dementia UKFebruary 3, 2007This report into the prevalence and cost of dementia shows that as the UK's population ages the number of people with dementia will grow substantially. It also shows that dementia costs the UK £17 billion a year.
  • Services for younger people with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementiasMarch 18, 2006This briefing paper jointly published by the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the Alzheimer's Society provides guidance on the services for younger people with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
  • Caregiver Strain IndexJuly 3, 1983The Caregiver Strain Index (CSI) is a tool that can be used to quickly identify families with potential caregiving concerns.
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