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The dementia environment in a care home

Part of Dementia

This film for care staff, managers and local authorities illustrates how simple changes to create a more dementia-friendly care home environment can have a positive impact on a person living with dementia's emotional wellbeing and independence.

Quality in social care: what is excellence

In this video, people who use services and social care academics consider extracts from SCIE’s Social Care TV films to help understand quality and excellence in social care. The panel considers the quality of social care in different settings and with different people, to see how excellence can be achieved.

Living in a care home: a positive outcome for a person with dementia

Part of Dementia

Use this video to convince people of the value of high quality care homes for people with dementia. It can be used for training to help improve practices in any setting. It highlights the key areas of improving quality of life for someone with dementia and it shows what good care looks like, which can be comforting.

Reablement: implications for GPs and primary care

Part of Reablement

This briefing produced with Clinical Innovation and Research Centre of the Royal College of General Practitioners focuses on research and practice evidence about reablement and explains the implications for GPs and primary care teams.

Prevention: Promoting wellbeing

Part of Prevention and wellbeing

This film for health and social care commissioners focuses on services designed to improve or maintain older people’s independence, health and wellbeing. These services are specifically aimed at reducing loneliness in later life.

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