People with dementia are largely absent from much of the development taking place in relation to service user involvement. This project explores current involvement practices with people who have dementia receiving services within Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS FT (SHSC). Please click here to view the full executive summary.
Please click here to view the full BITE. The ‘Voice of Dementia’ is a moving film with moments of laughter, sadness and inspiration. It shows people with dementia talking about their lives, their diagnosis and the importance of being listened to. The film has been made to promote greater awareness of the need to involve and listen to people with dementia […]
This pack has been developed by the Told in South Yorkshire -Life Story Work and People with Dementia Advisory Group. This group was formed in 2011 and comprises people with dementia, family carers, health and social care staff and University lecturers. Members of the group involved in the pack include: Lynsey Button; Brian Fairest; Sandra Galloway; Claire Jepson; Jane McKeown; Kath Rimmer; Tony Ryan; […]
The Voice of Dementia The film is an outcome from a larger CLAHRC SY project about exploring how people with dementia could be better involved in service feedback, evaluation and planning. This is a collaborative project with Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust and the Alzheimer’s Society Sheffield. The project is part of […]