Tag Archive: dementia

Memory Walk

Our client Whitehaven Rest Home attended last years’ Memory Walk to raise money for dementia research. Two teams of Whitehaven… View Article

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Whitehaven signs on as newest AutumnCare client!

Whitehaven Residential Home has chosen AutumnCare to manage their care records. Home Manager Beverly made a selection after an extensive… View Article

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Innovation and Technology for Dementia Care

Dementia care involves enabling people to live with as much freedom and choice as possible, whilst minimising risk. This can… View Article

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Dementia Design Principles

In a world first earlier this month, a design school for people with dementia was hosted in Birmingham.  People with… View Article

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Meaning and Purpose for People Living with Dementia

According to the Alzheimer’s Society, dementia not only steals memories and fosters depression and anxiety; it also robs individuals of… View Article

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Dysphagia

Dysphagia is the medical term used to describe swallowing difficulties. Dysphagia (swallowing disorder) affects approximately 8% of the general population…. View Article

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Malnutrition

In the UK over 3 million adults are malnourished.Over 30% of adults admitted to the hospital are malnourished. This figure… View Article

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John’s Campaign. Change for those with Dementia

Back in November at the Care England Conference we met Julia Jones, co-founder of John’s campaign. At AutumnCare we feel… View Article

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The CQC and the New Key Lines of Enquiry

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) have updated their assessment framework. As of November 2017 the Key Lines of Enquiry (KLOE)… View Article

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Dementia Care and Person Centred Care Records

In the past I had a resident who had been a milk farmer in his earlier years, where he would… View Article

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