Checking up on people with dementia

For the second time in a few months Just Checking gets great publicity, not by blowing its own trumpet, but by letting other people tell their story. The first was with the publication of the CSESD team’s Staffordshire report and the latest in The Journal of Dementia Care (PDF copy of the item) where a group of practitioners share their observations and reflect on what this means for good practice in the care of people with dementia.

Celia Price of Just Checking says “something we hadn’t anticipated is that activity monitoring gives people with dementia a voice – a new way to show their capabilities when they are in their own home, which means that those who are supporting them can tailor their care to be more effective and efficient.”

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