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Updated on: 11-Jun-2016


National Ethics Advisory Committee(Draft guidance as at 16 November 2015) Ethical values for living well with dementia: Guidance for families, whānau and friends.


NEAC draft guidance for families.docx

Contributor: Shereen  Moloney - 15 Jun 2016, 12:22 PM

This file contains a list of  NZ research that could be categorised under the "Principles" section of the NZ Framework for Dementia care. 

Please feel free to comment about any research that has been left out or might be better categorised elsewhere.

Contributor: Chris Perkins - 31 Oct 2016, 9:41 AM

Title: DEEP Guides and links – The Dementia Engagement & Empowerment Project (DEEP)

Source/Link: http://dementiavoices.org.uk/resources/deep-guides/

Website: http://dementiavoices.org.uk/

Description: DEEP guides aim to support the involvement of people with dementia. Some were created for DEEP groups or individuals with dementia, others are for organisations wanting to work well with people who have dementia. Some of these guides were co-produced with people with dementia, others were created independently by groups of people with dementia. These guides have been collected here as education about dementia requires many different perspectives and some guides might be more useful in some situations than others.

Below are links to all the DEEP guides, organised by the target audience, as found on the DEEP website. These guides discuss appropriate language, design and behaviours for being dementia-appropriate across multiple mediums.

For people who have dementia:

For organisations and communities

 

Target Audience: This collection of documents has a wide range of target audiences, but anyone writing/communicating for people with dementia, or about people with dementia are the audience for these resources.

Appropriate Audience: Anyone interacting with dementia care, general population, awareness.

Notes: This collection of resources are either developed by or recommended by DEEP – Dementia Voices.

Pricing: Each resources is an electronic, online version. These can be printed by your organisation.

Contact Person: http://dementiavoices.org.uk/contact-deep/

Contributor: Dementia Resources Project - 22 Jan 2017, 7:19 PM

Title: DEEP Guides and links – The Dementia Engagement & Empowerment Project (DEEP)

Source/Link: http://dementiavoices.org.uk/resources/deep-guides/

Website: http://dementiavoices.org.uk/

Attachments (name in file): Deep Guides folder for PDF version

Description: DEEP guides aim to support the involvement of people with dementia. Some were created for DEEP groups or individuals with dementia, others are for organisations wanting to work well with people who have dementia. Some of these guides were co-produced with people with dementia, others were created independently by groups of people with dementia. These guides have been collected here as education about dementia requires many different perspectives and some guides might be more useful in some situations than others.

Below are links to all the DEEP guides, organised by the target audience, as found on their website. These guides discuss appropriate language, design and behaviours for being dementia-appropriate across multiple mediums.

For people who have dementia:

For organisations and communities

 Target Audience: This collection of documents has a wide range of target audiences, but anyone writing/communicating for people with dementia, or about people with dementia are the audience for these resources.

Appropriate Audience: Anyone interacting with dementia care, general population, awareness.

Notes: This collection of resources are either developed by or recommended by DEEP – Dementia Voices.

Pricing: Each resources is an electronic, online version. These can be printed by your organisation.

Contact Person: http://dementiavoices.org.uk/contact-deep/

Contributor: Dementia Resources Project - 22 Jan 2017, 7:23 PM