This mind map illustrates how the Dementia Partnerships knowledge portal provides access to knowledge and learning across the Well Pathway for Dementia as a vital component of improving and delivering dementia care. Read more »
This guidance published by Public Health England makes the case for action in midlife to promote healthy lifestyles that can reduce the risk of dementia. Read more »
This Charter has been written in partnership with people living with dementia to drive change and to raise public and professional awareness of how technology can make a difference to the lives of those living with dementia in Scotland. Read more »
This 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.
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This integrated checklist, published by the London Strategic Clinical Networks, will help commissioners to commission services that provide excellent care to people with dementia in both specialist and non specialist care settings. Read more »
This report published by Ipsos MORI presents the findings of a survey into the provision of dementia adviser services throughout England. Read more »
This framework published by the Department of Health sets out the outcomes and corresponding indicators that will be used to hold NHS England to account for improvements in health outcomes after April 2016. Read more »
DeAR–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. Read more »
This 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.
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This 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 contain specific advice relevant when caring for people with dementia. Read more »