Living Well

 

Carers of People with Dementia Webinar: Focusing on Diet and Nutrition

Yorkshire & Humber CN in partnership with tide and Life Story Network presented a lunch time webinar on 13th October 2016 12:15pm.

 

This 45 minute webinar aimed at professionals, staff and leads supporting families to live well with dementia focussed on diet and nutrition including: 

 

Click on the links above to download presentations.  

 

You can view the webinar here: 

 

Please get in touch with nicola.phillis@nhs.net if you have any questions for our speakers. 

 

Download Make Every Mouthful Count, advice and information from Mid Yorkshire Hospital Trust that aims to provide you with ideas to make every mouthful as nourishing as possible. 
 

Visit Dementia UK to learn more about tips for eating and drinking with dementia. 

 

Carers of People with Dementia Webinar

Yorkshire and the Humber CN in partnership with TIDE and Life Story Network presented a Carers of People with Dementia webinar on 28th July 2016 12:15pm.

This 45 minute webinar covered:

  • The importance of focusing on carers
  • A carers perspective  
  • The diversity of needs across different carers groups. 

The slides are available to download here: 

Thank you to Ray Carver for providing a very honnest, powerful and moving reflection of her own caring experiences. 

The webinar is available to view below:

 

 

 

Alzheimer's Society - Side by Side - Keeping people with dementia connected to their community

For a number of months volunteers across Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale have been taking people with dementia out and about so that they can continue to feel part of the community which they live in; to keep doing the things they love and have done in the past. Activities have varied from cups of tea (many cups of tea and a lot of cake) to vintage car drives. From bicycle rides along Scarborough beach front to swimming in a leisure centre and shopping trips to Leeds. To find out more please click here.

 

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