Freedom for inclusive design as Ideal Standard launches new range

Ideal Standard, a leader in innovative and design-driven bathroom solutions, has unveiled its latest breakthrough: Concept Freedom. The new range of accessible bathroom products aims to include less abled customers, rather than alienate them, through a collection of ceramics, brassware and showers that are well-designed, elegant and functional. The range incorporates products that allow the […]

Specialist care home furniture supplier launches cognitive & visual impairment range

Shackletons have launched a new bedroom furniture range for the care home sector designed specifically to tackle cognitive and visual impairment.   Called the Limoges Furniture Collection the range, as its name may suggest, is focussed on elegance and sophistication combining contemporary styling with stunning visual and textural finishes.   A key characteristic of the […]

UK Parliament to become first Dementia-Friendly Parliament in the world

The UK Parliament is launching an organisation-wide effort, together with Alzheimer’s Society, to become the first ever Dementia-Friendly Parliament in the world today. The leading charity for people with dementia is supporting the initiative which will see all members, staff and the wider parliamentary community improve their understanding of dementia and take action to support […]

Wishaw specialist hospital enhances clinical team with new consultants

The Huntercombe Group’s Murdostoun Brain Injury Rehabilitation and Neurological Care Centre has appointed Dr. Louise Reid as its new Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Dr. Alastair Weir as its new Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine.   Prior her new post, Dr. Reid worked at several different hospitals in Scotland as a clinical psychologist for NHS Lothian, focusing […]

Comment on Why research can’t be the only priority for dealing with the challenge of dementia by Mr John Newberry

Hi Jackie,
Just for interest ‘Sunrise’, Purley had a wonderful event last Friday for ‘National Carehome Week’ and the celebrity guest was Lionel Blair who lives at Banstead.
There was a BBQ , live music and around 5o guests, plus residents, families and friends and was a great day.
Lionel got fully involved with all the residents who enjoyed his singing and dancing activities, great therapy.
Here is an article from the local Croydon Guardian website for reference.
Both my elderly parents have been at Sunrise for 5.5 years and had a great time.
Kind regards
John Newberry

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