Current affiliation: University of NottinghamSubject: Social Policy & WelfarePrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:Working with Older PeoplePublication date:2012-02-01
Drawing on dementia care mapping data, this paper aims to address the problems and possibilities of implementing a person centred approach with a g...
Published in:Health EducationPublication date:2005-10-01
Drawing on literature and the evaluation of a UK community Arts for Health project, this article aims to demonstrate that, in spite of the common a...
Published in:Disability & SocietyPublication date:2001-06-01
Due to the high incidence of disability amongst their contemporaries, older people are likely to be involved in informal caring relationships. Due ...
Published in:Journal of Care Services ManagementPublication date:2009-04-01
Extra care housing is promoted as the best way of providing long-term support for older people. What happens to people if they develop dementia or ...
Published in:Aging & Mental HealthPublication date:2011-11-01
The Enriched Opportunities Programme (EOP) is a multi-level intervention focussing on improved quality of life for people with dementia. This study...
Published in:Working with Older PeoplePublication date:2015-06-08
Examines the process as well as the outcome of a personalised musical
intervention for people with dementia
Published in:Mental Health and Social InclusionPublication date:2015-08-10
An evaluation of a series of clay workshops and their role in promoting the
social and psychological wellbeing of participants.
Published in:The Journal of Mental Health Training Education and PracticePublication date:2016-05-09
An evaluation of the role of a research based theatrical event in the training of
Published in:Aging & Mental HealthPublication date:2016-10-19
Why people with dementia have the right to go outside.
Published in:Journal of Integrated CarePublication date:2017-04-18
Service integration, careworker autonomy, frequent reassessment, and continuity of care are important elements of effective social care f...