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Dementia care on hospital wards – Please read Naomi Gallant's blog on care

4 January 2016

"From the moment I stepped into an older persons medical ward I could tell it was not the right environment for somebody with dementia. As an Occupational Therapist my previous posts included a Community Care Team and inpatient older person’s mental health wards; I also had experience as a care assistant in two dementia care homes."

Read Naomi's blog on Dementia care

Swimming in friendly waters – By Dr Rebecca Band

We believe that collective efficacy is different from social support because the focus is not on how many supportive people you have around you. Instead, it addresses the dynamic nature of problems and support – is the right support available and accessible from the right person at the time when it is needed the most? read blog >

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