Anyway, death is out there.
Monthly Archives: February 2020
Why an ECHO focusing on human rights in relation to dementia and frailty?
…designed for maximum efficiency of staff and outcomes, not necessarily for the comfort or dignity of patients – we erect a thin curtain between beds and pretend it is sound-proof, for example.
Metrodome Part 2 – agitation in Alzheimer’s disease. (Words and the complex nature of a problem)
You will note this is the opposite of ‘There is no bus to Upton, you are 93, you have dementia, you are in hospital’ approach, which is likely only to worsen the anxiety.
Too negative, too positive, or should I just be quiet? (thoughts on the experiences of people living with dementia in the UK)
Ensure independence, autonomy and the right care and support for people living with dementia (and, yes, older people in general) and the NHS will be fine.