Dementia and Loneliness: Have we Finally Found a Solution?

It has been reported that up to six out of 10 people with dementia say they experience loneliness and isolation. This is why during Dementia Action Week, #AskUsAnything was launched. To encourage people to start talking,...
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Can smart meters help monitor people living with dementia in their homes?

The NHS will run a major trial to test how smart meters can monitor the health and activity of service users with ‘life-limiting’ conditions such as dementia and Parkinson’s disease. ...
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The route to the future of care

After the incredible success of the Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo this year, the gears are officially in motion to organise next years event. There are trends that cannot be ignored by the industry, and...
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Leading the way to sustainability

With the positivity of the promised long term plan, the reveal that there are still spending gaps and forgotten areas of funding shows that there is still a long ways to go to make the whole...
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Increased Budget: Finding the next part of the solution

We recently saw the release of the budget providing an additional £240K for winter pressures and a further £410K made available in 2019/20 for additional care costs; but with the increased pressure steadily ramping up over...
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No Slowing Down for Care

The Green Paper is currently the most anticipated document in the care industry, it will lay out the plans for a long term and sustainable care plan. Given the uncertainty that the future will possess much...
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Dementia Care Can Provide Relief For NHS

There is no doubt that there are speed bumps in the road for both the NHS and the care home industry. As Brexit continues to loom on the horizon and uncertainty grows, the reveal of unnecessary...
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Demonstrating the importance of a community approach to care

Read our feature in Driven by Health With Care's October issue...
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