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Stanfield Welcomes Cello Artist Corinne Frost

Music and dementia Music has often been used within the care of those with dementia, whether it’s Classical, Motown or Rock & Roll, music has the ability to stimulate the brain and, on occasions, bring back long-forgotten memories.  At Stanfield we welcome cello artist Corinne Frost to play to our residents for their enjoyment, but…
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UK nursing homes improving dementia care | Stanfield Nursing Home

UK nursing homes are improving dementia care by asking those who have lived with the illness. Personal experiences are often ignored by the social care system, but professionals can learn a lot from patients and their families. Although Dementia care training is usually ran by people from an academic and scientific background, something that shouldn't…
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Dementia map is step in the right direction

Stanfield Nursing care Worcester reports on a proposed map showing the quality of dementia care around the country could help drive up standards, according to the Alzheimer's Society. Its director of external affairs, Alison Cook, told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: This map is a step in the right direction, because naming those areas of the country…
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Care Home in Worcester | November news | Stanfield Nursing Home

Christmas is coming to the leading Care Home in Worcester -  Stanfield Nursing Home! Yvonne & June who are our 7 days a week Activity Champions  have been using reminiscence sessions about times in our residents childhoods surrounding Christmas celebrations, the outcome has been our residents educating the care home in Worcester, Stanfield Nursing Home staff about events…
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Nursing Homes in the UK | Being bilingual could slow down dementia

Nursing Homes in the UK, such as Stanfield have received information that being bilingual could slow down dementia and be more effective than strong drugs. The overview of the study suggests that.. - Being bilingual exercises the mind - May have a stronger effect on dementia than traditional drugs - Bilingual patients tended to develop…
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