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Dementia: supporting people with dementia and their carers in health and social care (CG42)

Evidence-based recommendations on supporting people with dementia and their carers in health and social care

Clinical guideline Published November 2006 Last updated September 2016

Dementia resource for carers and care providers

People with dementia are enabled, with the involvement of their carers, to maintain and develop relationships.

Published February 2017

Dementia resource for carers and care providers

People with dementia are enabled, with the involvement of their carers, to access independent advocacy services.

Published February 2017

Dementia resource for carers and care providers

People with dementia are enabled, with the involvement of their carers, to maintain and develop their involvement in and contribution to...

Published February 2017

Dementia resource for carers and care providers

People with dementia, with the involvement of their carers, have choice and control in decisions affecting their care and support.

Published February 2017

Dementia resource for carers and care providers

People with dementia have opportunities, with the involvement of their carers, to participate in and influence the design, planning,...

Published February 2017

Dementia resource for carers and care providers

People with dementia participate, with the involvement of their carers, in a review of their needs and preferences when their...

Published February 2017

Dementia resource for carers and care providers

People with dementia are enabled, with the involvement of their carers, to access services that help maintain their physical and mental...

Published February 2017

Dementia resource for carers and care providers

People with dementia are enabled, with the involvement of their carers, to take part in leisure activities during their day based on...

Published February 2017

Dementia resource for carers and care providers

10 statements on dementia to help carers and care providers assess the quality of the service they provide, understand priority areas...

Published February 2017

Carers: provision of support for adult carers

In development [GID-NG10046] Expected publication date: 24 July 2019

NICE guideline In development

Dementia

Everything NICE has said on supporting people with dementia and their carers in health and social care in an interactive flowchart

NICE Pathway Published May 2011 Last updated November 2017

Donor milk banks: service operation (CG93)

recommendations on the operation of donor milk banks for staff who support mothers and carers of infants who receive, or women who...

Clinical guideline Published February 2010

Dementia resource for carers and care providers

People with dementia live in housing that meets their specific needs.

Published February 2017

Dementia resource for carers and care providers

People worried about possible dementia in themselves or someone they know can discuss their concerns, and the options of seeking a diagnosis, with someone with knowledge and expertise.

Published February 2017

Interventional procedures information for patients and carers

patients and carers patient and carer organisations.   Contributing to NICE interventional procedure - a guide for patients and...

Published September 2017

Dementia resource for carers and care providers - introduction

living with dementia and their carers. The quality standards have implications at a personal level too. What can family...

Published February 2017 Last updated 

Dementia - assessment, management and support for people living with dementia and their carers

In development [GID-CGWAVE0792] Expected publication date: 20 June 2018

NICE guideline In development

Public involvement

Ways for patients, carers, service users and the public to get involved in NICE's work.

Published March 2017

Dementia resource for carers and care providers - quality statement 9: independent advocacy

Statement 9: People with dementia are enabled, with the involvement of their carers, to access independent advocacy services Previous...

Published February 2017 Last updated 

Dementia resource for carers and care providers - quality statement 5: maintaining and developing relationships

important to carers ? Maintaining and developing good relationships is vital for everyone – and yet for people with dementia and...

Published February 2017 Last updated 

Dementia resource for carers and care providers - quality statement 8: planning and evaluating services

views and wishes. Why is this important for carers? People with dementia and their carers have a right to be involved in...

Published February 2017 Last updated 

Dementia resource for carers and care providers - quality statement 3: reviewing needs and preferences

with you GP practice.  Find out more about carers assessments on the NHS Choices or call the Carers Direct telephone...

Published February 2017 Last updated 

Dementia resource for carers and care providers - quality statement 10: involvement and contribution to the community

experiences. Why is this important to carers? A common problem for many people with dementia and their carers is that, over...

Published February 2017 Last updated 

Dementia resource for carers and care providers - quality statement 2: choice and control in decisions

This service enables carers to find their nearest carers centre through a postcode search. Local respite services for...

Published February 2017 Last updated 

Dementia resource for carers and care providers - quality statement 6: physical and mental health and wellbeing

dementia. Carers have a vital role to play in supporting people with dementia to access suitable healthcare and support at the right...

Published February 2017 Last updated 

Support to carers and practitioners to help young people's independence:- What is the most effective way to help carers and practitioners support young people's independence?

Question Support to carers and practitioners to help young people's independence:- What is the most effective way to help...

Research recommendation Published March 2016

Dementia resource for carers and care providers - quality statement 7: design and adaptation of housing

and the support of carers in facilitating these discussions is critical. A decision like this may have huge implications for the...

Published February 2017 Last updated 

Dementia resource for carers and care providers - quality statement 4: leisure activities of interest and choice

with dementia or carers as well, and whether this will suit. Some groups offer separate sessions for people with dementia and...

Published February 2017 Last updated 

Dementia resource for carers and care providers - quality statement 1: discussing concerns about possible dementia

diagnosed with dementia and their carers. These may be run from the memory clinic, Alzheimer’s Society or local...

Published February 2017 Last updated 

Effective interventions for the families and carers of children and young people displaying harmful sexual behaviour:- What type of therapeutic interventions are effective when working with the family and carers of children and young people who display harmful sexual behaviour?

NG55/3 Question Effective interventions for the families and carers of children and young people displaying harmful sexual behaviour:-...

Research recommendation Published October 2016

How effective and cost effective are stop smoking interventions for parents and carers of children who are using secondary care services?

effective and cost effective are stop smoking interventions for parents and carers of children who are using secondary care services?...

Research recommendation Published June 2015

Psychotherapy Service Provision for Carers of People with Dementia

Shared learning Published January 2011 Last updated April 2015

Standard principles of infection prevention and control:- What are the barriers to compliance with the standard principles of infection prevention and control that patients and carers experience in their own homes?

standard principles of infection prevention and control that patients and carers experience in their own homes? Any explanatory notes(if...

Research recommendation Published June 2015

Neuropsychological therapies:- Which cognitive and which emotional interventions provide better outcomes for identified subgroups of people with stroke and their families and carers at different stages of the stroke pathway?

outcomes for identified subgroups of people with stroke and their families and carers at different stages of the stroke pathway? Any...

Research recommendation Published June 2015

What is the clinical and cost effectiveness for family intervention combined with individual CBT in the treatment of children and young people considered to be at high risk of developing psychosis and their parents or carers?

considered to be at high risk of developing psychosis and their parents or carers? Any explanatory notes(if applicable) The suggested...

Research recommendation Published June 2015

The percentage of patients with dementia with the contact details of a named carer on their record

committee on dementia carers NM64 consultation report NM64 Equality impact assessment for dementia carers

QOF indicator Published June 2016

Improving Choice for Kidney Patients and Carers - Increasing access to home dialysis

Shared learning Published February 2011 Last updated April 2015

Patients and carers experience of living with a complex neurological and palliative diagnosis.

Shared learning Published August 2013 Last updated September 2015

Recognition and early management of pain in children and young people with cerebral palsy:- Does use of pain assessment tools by parents or carers improve the recognition and early management of pain in children and young people with cerebral palsy in a community setting?

people with cerebral palsy:- Does use of pain assessment tools by parents or carers improve the recognition and early management of pain...

Research recommendation Published February 2017

Preferred place of care and place of death:- When planning and managing end of life care, what factors help children and young people with life-limiting conditions and their parents or carers to decide where they would like end of life care to be provided and where they prefer to die?

children and young people with life-limiting conditions and their parents or carers to decide where they would like end of life care to...

Research recommendation Published February 2017

End of life care for infants, children and young people with life-limiting conditions: planning and management (NG61)

Evidence-based recommendations on managment of end of life care for infants, children and young people (aged 0–17 years) with life-limiting conditions

NICE guideline Published December 2016