LSN was commissioned by the Department of Health, as part of their programme to improve post-diagnostic support, to find out what ‘home’ means to older people and people with memory loss in relation to their sense of identity. This is particularly pertinent to the many people with dementia who find themselves stuck in hospital waiting for social care or other resources to be available. Often these will be residential care places and – if the individual was admitted in a crisis – they may never see their home again.
The outcomes of the project have been fascinating.
Introducing life story work, a way for people with dementia to connect with their relatives, carers and the professionals working with them.
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As part of the Department of Health’s Dementia 2020 Citizens’ Engagement Programme and building on the work of the Dementia
Excellent New Book! ‘Life Story Work with People with Dementia: Ordinary Lives, Extraordinary People’ Edited by Ruth Eley (our Vice Chair and Director) and Polly Kaiser
Introducing life story work, a way for people with dementia to connect with their relatives, carers and the professionals working