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Six Degrees Dec 12
Christmas Tip 3: can be overwhelming. Recognising when someone could do with a break – perhaps where there are multiple conversations in one room - and having a quiet room available can help reassure loved ones living with . More tips:
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Six Degrees Dec 6
Christmas Tip 1: can be used as an ‘Invitation To Respond’ – non-pressurised communication with open statements to prompt conversation with loved ones with “I love Christmas food- I could eat mince pies all day long!” Our six top tips:
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Alzheimer's Society Dec 11
'It's fairly obvious that someone is disabled if they are in a wheelchair or have a walking stick, but not with someone like me who has memory problems.' Carol, who has dementia, says people need to be aware that not all disabilities are visible
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Alzheimer's Society Dec 11
Last week, we brought together civil servants with charities, academics, think-tanks and insurance companies in a landmark event on social care reform. Read more about it:
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NHS Providers Dec 11
How can harnessing technology help reduce hospital admissions & eliminate duplication?
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Sporting Memories Dec 10
How memories of Manchester derbies are supporting older fans living with dementia and tackling loneliness
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Jon Rouse Nov 22
It is clear that our support offer for people with early onset dementia in GM is generally not good enough. Any best practice examples out there?
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Jon Rouse Nov 22
Sobering listening to dementia experts by experience + carers and realising how much more to do in GM on post-diagnostic support.
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Gaynah Butler Nov 22
hearing directly from GM residents living with & families/carers meeting today
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Bob and Diane Fund Nov 21
I hope you will follow us. We believe photography can bring a visual awareness to ALZ and help start a conversation.
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Gaynah Butler Nov 21
Thank you to for a fantastic insight into living with staff lunch & learn session
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Anna Gaughan Nov 14
. will be pioneering & courageous with & at the centre & working with localities to &
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Dementia United Dec 9
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Dementia United Dec 8
United aims to improve care of area’s 30,000 residents with the condition. Find out more
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Alzheimer's Society Dec 7
We’ve heard from many families about people with dementia stuck in hospital. Today, reports hospitals are already as much as 99% full as the NHS braces itself for the winter. If you are a nurse, we want to hear from you:
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The Together Project Dec 6
Attended a brilliant session this evening. It’s a wonderful, free, nationwide resource for anyone interested in understanding more about life with the condition, whether professionally or personally
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Salford Together Dec 6
We're looking for people to help us develop quality of life questions to use for monitoring new services in Find out more online
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Dementia United Dec 6
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