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RYAN Assumpta, et al
Reports on a feasibility study to investigate the effects of a home based, individual reminiscence intervention using an iPad app for people living with dementia and their family carers. The study design had three phases. Phase 1: A User Development Group comprising a paired sample of 6 people living with dementia and their family carers who worked with the research team to design and test...
MARCZAK Joanna, FERNANDEZ Jose-Luis, WITTENBERG Raphael
This report summarises policy developments in England in relation to quality and cost-effectiveness and dependency prevention in long-term care. These policy aims focus on maximising the cost-effectiveness of the social care system, so that service users’ and carers’ quality of life is maximised within available resources. The report provides an overview of the long-term care system in England...
The bibliography also includes the incidence and impact of loneliness on different groups of people, including: older and younger persons; carers and parents; armed services; homeless; disabled people; Black and minority ethnic groups; refuges and migrants; LGBT persons; those living in rural areas. The paper also cites material on strategies to tackle loneliness, its financial costs, and the health impacts...
NEWMAN Andrew, et al
...were qualitative and originated from people with dementia aged between 70 and 99 years old (N = 48) living in four care homes in North East England, United Kingdom and staff/carers/family members (N = 37). The results showed that visual arts enrichment activities supported the resilience of those with dementia through creative expression, increased communication, improved self-esteem, and influenced
ME MYSELF AND I CLUB
Describes the development and achievements of the Me, Myself and I Club, an initiative based on co-production principles and designed to support people with dementia and their carers. The club offers carers and people with dementia the opportunity to meet up with other local people in their position, enjoy activities like bingo, baking and table tennis and access respite care services, including...
MacGREGOR Aisha, CAMERON Julie
Outlines the main findings an evaluation of a mental health carers peer mentoring project, which delivered peer mentoring services across two sites: RE: Connect in Glasgow and Time and Space in Stirling and Clackmannanshire. The project aimed to enable mental health carers receiving peer mentoring to be better supported and have better mental health and wellbeing, and for peer mentors have...
WILLIS Elizabeth, SEMPLE Amy C., de WAAL Hugo
Objective: Peer support for people with dementia and carers is routinely advocated in national strategies and policy as a post-diagnostic intervention. However there is limited evidence to demonstrate the value these groups offer. This study looked at three dementia peer support groups in South London to evaluate what outcomes they produce and how much social value they create in relation...
WARD Cally, COOPER Vivien
Purpose: The purpose of this article is to provide a perspective from family carers on the promotion of independence and the prevention of avoidable dependency.
Design/methodology/approach: Narrative review and discussion.
Findings: Family carers frequently experience their own or their relatives’ needs being met only when they have reached crisis point. A shift to a more preventive approach
RYAN Assumpta Ann, et al
...from older people (n=17) and carers (n=14). Method. Social workers were asked to identify community dwelling older people (65+years) with multiple needs requiring interventions from a range of health and social care practitioners. Results. Community care enabled older people with complex needs who would otherwise have required residential or nursing home care to remain in their own homes
SOCIAL CARE INSTITUTE FOR EXCELLENCE
...elements of effective reablement, which include assessment and goal setting, and managing risk and choice. It is designed for those working in reablement or commissioning it, but may also be useful to carers and people receiving reablement.
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