Tag Archives: dementia

Family Meetings – Caring for the Families of our Care Home Residents

I am proud to say that at our care home Worcester, we established and successfully run on a regular basis, independent family meetings that serve to provide support and information for the families of our residents.  This forum is totally independent to the home and it was a particular passion of mine to get it…
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Specialist Care at our Worcestershire Care Home | Stanfield Nursing Home

This blog forms part of my recently commissioned series of videos showcasing the philosophy and daily life at our care home Worcester, Stanfield Nursing Home. In this article and accompanying video, I hope to highlight the specialist care we provide as one of the leading dementia care homes Worcestershire. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghBOqgihWgw If you put a name over somebody's…
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Dementia Carers | Dr Sunil Gupta: Help is out there for carers

  Dr Sunil Gupta, GP and Clinical Advisor for Dementia (Midlands and East) at NHS England, on providing the right care for someone with dementia. According to the Alzheimer's Society, there are currently around 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, and this figure is set to rise to a million by 2021. However, fewer…
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Worcestershire Nursing Home excited about digital pen diagnosis

Digital pen could be the answer to faster dementia diagnosis Worcestershire Nursing Homes like Stanfield are excited to hear about a digital pen that can aid faster dementia diagnosis. Researchers create a pen that means you’ll be able to test someone for the dementia disorder without the opinion of a doctor.   Dementia diagnosis prediction…
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UK Nursing Home Stanfield has hope for research in dementia care

Are these findings going to improve specialist dementia care? UK nursing home Stanfield, are pleased to report that findings from the US bring us closer to understanding what causes this disease, but ‘ Alzheimer's mice’ are not a perfect parallel for what happens in human brains.The hope that Alzheimer's will one day be curable has…
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