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WHH πŸ₯ Apr 4
It's Ladies Day on B12! The team have treated patients to a day at the races - watching races from years gone by, betting slips and celebrating wins with non-alcoholic drinks. Hilda, 90 has loved the experience
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πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Cara Santa Maria πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Oct 21
Meta-analysis finds dementia patients do better without drugs. Drugs
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Steph Jones Berry 12 Oct 16
Chief nurse for Eng urges nurses to think about how to use new framework to improve care for
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Medical Xpress Sep 4
Videos, music on tablets boost moods of and caregivers
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Croft Architecture 18 Jul 16
How & colour contrast makes life easier & safer for
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Corona Warrior News24 India 3 Jul 17
Good news for dementia patients: This app to boost their memory
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Chrissy B Show 31 Jan 18
Tonight we're raising with our panel of esteemed experts! Join us as we give you the on and also educate you on the importance of with tonight at 10PM on Sky 203!
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The Care Show 25 Feb 16
Everyday objects can be used to help , research shows.
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Medical Xpress 22 Feb 17
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Bob Cayne 4 Jun 18
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Bob Cayne 2 Jan 18
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Bob Cayne 16 May 18
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Brendi Elrod 2 Oct 18
I'm tired of seeing cute stuff like this, Bc my residents tell me to go to hell and run down the hall naked while I chase them. they still cute tho.
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Ruth Sidgwick 29 Aug 17
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Bournemouth Hospital 26 Feb 16
Students are making twiddle mitts for our ...want to help? Knitting pattern here:
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Croft Architecture 1 Dec 15
Find out how design can change the life for StagesCollectiv
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Single Use Surgical 28 Apr 18
"Fewer die after when more educated" () "Previous research has linked more educated nurses to better outcomes for hospital patients and lower rates of deaths and serious complications."Β  Read more via:
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St. Francis Home Care 11 Dec 18
Patients with dementia are really sensitive about noise. If you have loved ones with dementia at home, make sure to keep the volume of the TV or the radio at a reasonable level. Reduce the amount of noise that your loved ones are exposed to.
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Sarah Alexander 20 Dec 15
nothing fancy just a plain old Dundee cake for my hubbys workplace
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Deutschland.de/en Oct 1
A or a well-known awakens in many people. that this also applies to with ? In fact, has positive effects on the well-being of . πŸŽ§πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ
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