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- A Special `Grab-and-Go' Program. Buzalka, Mike // Food Management;May2000, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p30
Reports on healthcare foodservice contractor HDS Service's development of a special program called `Take My Hand' designed to meet the needs of dementia patients by emphasizing foods that are easy to handle and can be eaten by someone who is not sitting down. Similarity of the program with the...
- Meals-on-wheels firms are not looking after the
elderly properly. Walker, Ben // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;10/23/2003, Vol. 192 Issue 4296, p17
Reports on the problems with the services offered by meals-on-wheels providers, according to the findings of a survey of care givers in Great Britain, revealed by social work professor Jill Manthorpe. Remarks from Manthorpe on the service provided by meals-on-wheels to customers with dementia;...
- Round-up: NACC Training and Development Forum 2015. Pigden, Katey // Caterer (2055-7817);10/30/2015, Vol. 205 Issue 4898, p42
The article discusses the highlights of the 2015 National Association of Care Catering (NACC) Training and Development Forum that was held at the East Midlands Conference Centre in Nottingam, England, from September 30 to October 2, 2015. Topics covered include dementia care, how people's...
- Wayne's world. Pigden, Katey // Caterer (2055-7817);10/30/2015, Vol. 205 Issue 4898, p46
The article offers information on National Health Service (NHS) Foundation Trust catering services manager Wayne Reed at Newcastle upon Tyne in England. Topics covered include how Reed oversees the catering operation at the Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI) and the Great North Children's Hospital....
- Design for dementia: Programs vs. special care units. Peck, Richard L. // Nursing Homes: Long Term Care Management;Nov/Dec94, Vol. 43 Issue 9, p34
Interviews Lorraine G. Hiatt, president of Innovage Inc. concerning care for persons with dementia. Unit based interventions; Program-focused interventions; Advantages of special care units.
- Some demented patients are still able to execute advance directives. // Geriatrics;Jul96, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p23
Focuses on a study suggesting that a significant percentage of patients with mild to moderate dementia can execute advance directives regarding illness, suffering, and dependency. Contradiction to a belief about dementia; Preclusion of the ability to make informed decisions.
- Resuscitating patients with dementia--how do you decide--proxies or living wills? // Age & Ageing;Jan97 Supplement, Vol. 26, p5
Presents an abstract of the study `Resuscitating Patients with Dementia--How Do You Decide--Proxies or Living Wills?,' by D.M. Collas, C. Tannock et al, presented during the communications to the autumn meeting of the British Geriatrics Society on October 3-4, 1996 in London, England.
- Predicting outcomes of questionable dementia. // Brown University Long-Term Care Quality Advisor;09/29/97, Vol. 9 Issue 18, p3
Focuses on a study which examined questionable dementia (QD) outpatients, at the memory disorder clinic which researches Alzheimer's disease. Explanation of QD; Method used to conduct the study; Conclusion of the study.
- Review: Measures to determine the outcome of community services for people with dementia. Ramsay, Mary; Winget, Catherine // Age & Ageing;Jan1995, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p73
Examines the measures to determine the outcome of community services for people with dementia in an inner London, England district. Patient-based and career-based measures.