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New research project begins - DemECH: Living with dementia in extra care housing
We are proud to announce that we have recently been awarded funding from the NIHR School for Social Care Research to explore the different types of extra care housing available to support people living with dementia. As more and more people opt for extra care housing as a preference for their lifestyle choice, it is important that we know which models can best support the wellbeing of people living with dementia. Alongside partners from Housing21, Worcestershire County Council, The Housing & Dementia Research Consortium and the HousingLIN, we are excited to be at the beginning of this 18-month project. Findings from this research will be translated into accessible information booklets to support decisions by people living with dementia and their families, commissioners and health & social care practitioners. The Project team will consist of Principal Investigators Dr Simon Evans and Teresa Atkinson and Research Associate Rebecca Oatley. Please contact Teresa Atkinson if you would like further details (email@example.com)
Applications open for new Meeting Centres in Worcestershire and funding approved for the first three.
Organisations wanting to open a Meeting Centre in Worcestershire for those living with dementia are being encouraged to make an application for funding.
Funding for the first three Meeting Centres was approved at the first meeting of the Assessment Panel on 29 January 2021 - see further information here.
Funding for a another new Meeting Centre in Evesham was approved at the second Assessment Panel - see further information here
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Research Project to Explore How Meeting Centres Can Keep Going
Thursday, 18 March 2021
A new research project has been launched to help find ways to keep community centres for people living with dementia running in uncertain times.
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