iMind stands for 5 key words representing what we believe all people who live with dementia should be able to feel and experience as part of the care they receive – Inspired; Moments; Innovative; Normality; Dignity.
Our strapline and passion is ... Read More
Developed in collaboration with a national caring agency, these top ten pieces of advice are designed to “normalise” the condition as far as possible and accept that whilst dementia is progressive, a good quality of life is still achievable if you can de-stress situations, avoid unnecessary confrontations and follow some ... Read More
The Care Quality Commission responsible for inspecting the standard of services delivered by care providers issued its annual report on the 16th October 2014. The report gives the CQC perspective on the state of the health care and adult social care in England in 2013/14 as they begin to build ... Read More
The Dementia Dog Project builds services for people with dementia that brings dogs back into their lives or supports them to continue their relationship with dogs.
It aims to prove that dogs can help people with dementia maintain their waking, sleeping and eating routine, remind them to take medication, improve confidence, ... Read More