Monthly Archives: January 2011

Insufficient care for people with dementia in their own homes

The report ‘Support. Stay. Save. Care and support of people with dementia in their own homes‘, from the Alzheimer’s Society reveals that many people with dementia and carers receive insufficient support and care at home. Part of the Society’s ongoing putting care right campaign, Support. Stay. Save presents findings from over 2,400 people with dementia,… Read more »

Engaging the public in delivering health improvement

This research briefing considers what active citizens can do for services and how services can best engage, support and sustain a community or volunteer workforce in order to improve health outcomes. It provides practical guidance on the steps that need to be taken to redesign services and maximise the long term benefits. This research briefing… Read more »

Arts for Emotional Wellbeing Club – Bristol

The Art Club aims too engage with the community through creative arts activities and improve their social inclusion and wellbeing. Participants are given the opportunity to express their thoughts through creative arts activities which enhances communication and eliminates the impact of language barrier. This act as a channel to identify hidden health issues which participants… Read more »