Well-being and Cost Benefits Matter : Linking these in Quality Dementia Care

Layout 110th Annual Conference organised by the Journal of Dementia Care
in association with Dementia Care Matters

This conference took place at the University of Surrey, Guildford on 21 June 2016

This conference addressed today’s key question for care homes: how to prove that a high quality of care brings cost benefits. Speakers presented evidence of cost benefit initiatives in relation to nutrition, staff retention, medication and culture change, how to demonstrate increased well-being and the experience of one home gaining a CQC ‘Outstanding’ rating.


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