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Could you host a graduate in your care organisation?

It’s run in partnership between Skills for Care, the NHS Leadership Academy, and supported by the Department of Health and Social Care. It includes...

Specialist dementia care services in spotlight at inaugural healthcare conference

Healthcare professionals from across the country descended on the North East to attend the inaugural Dementia Care conference. Over 80 delegates attended the full-day event...

Active Minds launches innovative multi-sensory reminiscence product

Dementia activity company, Active Minds, launch a first-of-its-kind reminiscence activity incorporating sound and smell for people with mid- to late-stage dementia   As dementia progresses it...

Research finds care homes struggle to care for residents with advanced dementia

New research has raised  concerns regarding the care of those with advanced dementia in care homes across the UK. It has highlighted that the...

Specialist dementia care in Manchester gets top rating

A south Manchester independent hospital specialising in dementia care has gained the highest possible rating for the care it provides.   Monet Lodge, which provides care...

Memories are made of trees……..

Families who have lost a loved one through dementia can help create a lasting tribute to their memory. Leading dementia charity, Dementia Care, has launched...

Prudhoe community gathers for opening of specialist unit at care home

Red Brick House, in Prudhoe, has made a significant investment that will benefit its residents and the local community, with the opening of a...

Ministers urged to examine new buy-to-let boom in UK care homes

Private investors are being enticed to purchase rooms in UK care homes on a buy-to-let basis with the promise of large profits and rental...

Glen Care hosts ‘best practice’ specialist dementia forums

Specialist care provider Glen Care is using its expertise to host a series of forums aimed at sharing knowledge and good practice.   The first events,...

Gardens in care homes could provide promising therapeutic benefits for people living with dementia

  A new study has revealed that gardens in care homes could provide promising therapeutic benefits for people living with dementia. The research is published in...

Report shows impact of Dementia Champions and Alzheimer Scotland Dementia Nurses

Alzheimer Scotland welcomes the findings of Evaluating the impact of the Alzheimer Scotland Dementia Nurse Consultants/Specialists & Dementia Champions in bringing about improvements to...

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