Category: In the Blogs 2019

In The Blogs – March 2019

THE VALUE OF BEING INVOLVED IN RESEARCH | ROADMAP

Social Care Workers in Scotland Put Up With Unfair Conditions

THE PRODIGAL SON IN DEMENTIALAND

Text Format – My Dementia Style

Dementia Friendly Communities

Staying proactive when all you want to do is sleep!

Dementia Friends sessions in schools

RECOGNISING CHRISTINE BRYDEN ON INTERNATIONAL WOMENS DAY

International Womens Day 2019

Fake news: lies, damned lies, and statistics

Do you want our money?

2019 presents more problems!

WHEN YOU SEE WHAT YOU EXPECT TO SEE IN DEMENTIALAND

Another day in the Surreal world…..

Care partner struggles alone without support of loved one’s adult children

Journeying through Dementia Designing Post Diagnostic Support with People with Dementia

How to…Reduce and Manage Delirium

Desperately Seeking a Good Care Home

Root And Branch Reform Of Social Care Needed

@TheKingsFund, @HealthFdn and @NuffieldTrust Warn of Urgent Need to Tackle NHS Workforce Crisis

Dementia Bereavement

Live Diary performance…….

Dementia in Australia

Both/And

CELEBRATING WRAD 2019

INVISIBLE, BY PAUL HITCHMOUGH

Finally…….Skydive Saturday happened…

THE PRESENT MOMENT IN DEMENTIALAND

20 questions to ask when someone living with dementia “resists” or “refuses” care

Young Dementia UK…….

The second day in London……..

Mr Kipling’s general practice



 

In The Blogs – February 2019

“She’s still in there somewhere!” Is she? Really?

Alzheimer’s from the Inside Out, By Dr Richard Taylor

Anticipatory Grief In Dementialand

Top 3 Considerations when initiating iPADs for Persons with Dementia ( PWD ) in Long Term Institutions in Singapore

Most caregivers of people with dementia are family members, and they need help

Our own Solitary Bubble……

Social Care in Crisis

Dementia Dos and Don’ts in hospitals

Altered Afternoon Relationships

People with dementia who get tired are sundowning? What a load of rubbish!

Big Stick PEOPLE And Little Stick People In Dementialand

5 Tips for Getting Started at Communicating Better

Does Brexit have a hand in my Pharmacy chaos…………?

Hyperacusis: what do we most need to know?

Paying unpaid carers

Fake news: lies, damned lies, and statistics

THE HUGE MISUNDERSTANDING IS THAT THE PERSON WITH DEMENTIA HAS NO UNDERSTANDING, BY NAOMI HIGUCHI

Lewy Bodies Dementia

Why I analyse my dementia…….

What the People Say…. Evaluating Speech & Language Therapy Groups for people with Dementia

The Dreaded Quiet week…..

Be A Dementia Friendly General Practice

Patients in Dementialand

Symptom Intensification from Grief

THE Complicated Dynamics of the Care Partnership in Dementialand

Caring in the Face of Physical Distress and Overwhelming Anxieties

Comfortable

ECT for Dementia by Dr. G. Allen Power

Dementia care partner mom investigated for having daughter help with care

The Good Law Project has warned legal challenge to the DHSC over serious shortage medicines protocol

Dementia Bereavement



 

 

 

 

 

 



 

In The Blogs – January 2019

2019

Diary thoughts with dementia

The Importance of Food Shopping

FALLING WITH SOMEONE IN DEMENTIALAND

The dreaded foggy day…….

BBC BLOGS – ABOUT THE BBC – PANORAMA – LIVING WITH DEMENTIA: CHRIS’S STORY

The Release of the NHS Long Term Plan

Solitary confinement in the New Year

Dementia: a disability?

Not bored, just stagnating……

Christmas – Ba Humbug.

Visions that hide reality

From medical appointment to new medication ……

Crash…

Occupational therapy- moving from too little, too late to right time, right place

Why are we deemed so worthy of so little….?

Do people still talk to you?

Psychiatric detention under the Mental Capacity Act 2005