UK Journal of Dementia Care
The Journal of Dementia Care launched in 1993, at the forefront of a modern approach to care for people with dementia.
Take a dip into this latest issue of JDC…
Screening and early diagnosis
Click here to read: Martin Brunet questions the current momentum towards early diagnosis of dementia, arguing that improving support services for people with dementia and carers should take priority – and Beth Britton says ‘Don’t label and leave me, support me’.
The ‘JDC asks’ column poses topical questions to an interesting line-up of contributors. For the May/June issue we asked… “Do you agree with the CQC that the health and social care system “is struggling to care adequately for people with dementia?”
Click here to read contributions from Ian Weatherhead, Barbara Hodkinson, Paul Edwards, Maurice Bernard and Rekha Elaswarapu.
The Journal of Dementia Care was recently featured on “Whose Shoes?”, a social blog designed to look at dementia from different perspectives. Catherine Ross, Editor JDC, was asked to guest blog about the Journal of Dementia Care on day 50 of the “in my shoes” series.
Visit the Whose Shoes blog to read Catherine’s ”Introduction to the Journal of Dementia Care”.