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"La ministre responsable des Aînés et des Proches aidants, Marguerite Blais, rend public l'avis que lui a transmis le Comité national d'éthique sur le vieillissement (CNEV) et qui est intitulé Amour, sexualité et démence en milieu d'hébergement : réflexions pour guider les pratiques. Le comité s'est penché sur deux questions touchant les milieux d'hébergement. La première portait sur la conjugalité lorsqu'un des deux membres du couple doit intégrer un milieu d'hébergement, et la seconde concernait le respect de l'intimité et de la diversité. Le présent rapport ne lie pas le ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux et ne constitue pas ses orientations. Il représente l'opinion des membres du Comité national d'éthique sur le vieillissement (CNEV). Son contenu n'engage que ses auteurs." (MSSS)
"La ministre responsable des Aînés et des Proches aidants, Marguerite Blais, rend public l'avis que lui a transmis le Comité national d'éthique sur le vieillissement (CNEV) et qui est intitulé Amour, sexualité et démence en milieu d'hébergement : réflexions pour guider les pratiques. Le comité s'est penché sur deux questions touchant les milieux d'hébergement. La première portait sur la ...

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"L'Institut national d'excellence en santé et en services sociaux (INESSS), en collaboration avec un groupe d'experts, rend disponible deux protocoles médicaux nationaux concernant les personnes atteintes de troubles neurocognitifs (TNC) : Ajustement des inhibiteurs de l'acétylcholinestérase (IAchE) et/ou de la mémantine chez les personnes atteintes de troubles neurocognitifs (TNC) majeurs; Initier un bilan sanguin à la suite du repérage de symptômes et signes suggestifs d'un trouble neurocognitif léger ou majeur." (INESSS)
"L'Institut national d'excellence en santé et en services sociaux (INESSS), en collaboration avec un groupe d'experts, rend disponible deux protocoles médicaux nationaux concernant les personnes atteintes de troubles neurocognitifs (TNC) : Ajustement des inhibiteurs de l'acétylcholinestérase (IAchE) et/ou de la mémantine chez les personnes atteintes de troubles neurocognitifs (TNC) majeurs; ...

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"To inform housing organisations, corporate bodies and sector professionals on how housing, its design and supporting services can help improve and maintain the wellbeing of people affected by dementia." (Alzheimer Society)

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"The International Federation on Ageing (IFA) is excited to launch a consensus statement from the Copenhagen Summit on cognitive reserve. Held in October 2019 in partnership with DaneAge, the Summit brought together over 75 delegates from 22 countries, comprising of public health policy makers, international organizations focused on ageing and brain health, academia and policy advocacy experts." (IFA)
"The International Federation on Ageing (IFA) is excited to launch a consensus statement from the Copenhagen Summit on cognitive reserve. Held in October 2019 in partnership with DaneAge, the Summit brought together over 75 delegates from 22 countries, comprising of public health policy makers, international organizations focused on ageing and brain health, academia and policy advocacy experts." ...

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"Brief cognitive tests accurately distinguished CATD from normal cognition, but were less accurate distinguishing smaller clinical differences. Whether biomarkers improve diagnostic accuracy when added to clinical evaluation needs further verification, but potential benefits of testing are limited by lack of effective treatments for AD and non-AD dementias. Cholinesterase-inhibitors slightly outperformed placebo for cognition and function, but evidence of whether any drug treatments improved BPSD was largely insufficient." (AHRQ)
Résumé : https://effectivehealthcare.ahrq.gov/sites/default/files/Evidence%20Summary_1.pdf
"Brief cognitive tests accurately distinguished CATD from normal cognition, but were less accurate distinguishing smaller clinical differences. Whether biomarkers improve diagnostic accuracy when added to clinical evaluation needs further verification, but potential benefits of testing are limited by lack of effective treatments for AD and non-AD dementias. Cholinesterase-inhibitors slightly ...

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"Une revue de la littérature a été menée à partir de bases de données scientifiques avec les mots clés touchscreen tablets et dementia. Cette revue s’appuie sur 49 publications (articles, chapitres d’ouvrage et rapports) parues entre 2000 et 2018 et sur une synthèse des contextes d’utilisation des tablettes, des modalités d’apprentissage, des caractéristiques utilisateurs, des informations techniques et des développements futurs." (Fondation Médéric Alzheimer)
"Une revue de la littérature a été menée à partir de bases de données scientifiques avec les mots clés touchscreen tablets et dementia. Cette revue s’appuie sur 49 publications (articles, chapitres d’ouvrage et rapports) parues entre 2000 et 2018 et sur une synthèse des contextes d’utilisation des tablettes, des modalités d’apprentissage, des caractéristiques utilisateurs, des informations ...

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"New report on emerging evidence on the detrimental effects of confinement and isolation on the cognitive and psychological health of people living with dementia during COVID-19, and mitigating measures.
This report contains a short review of the emerging evidence on the impact of COVID-19 on the cognitive and psychological health of people living with dementia and the reported mitigating measures. In an attempt to give a comprehensive and contextualised overview of the state of the topic, the empirical evidence summarised below is combined with other sources of information, such as published letters to the editor and news." (Extrait du document)
"New report on emerging evidence on the detrimental effects of confinement and isolation on the cognitive and psychological health of people living with dementia during COVID-19, and mitigating measures.
This report contains a short review of the emerging evidence on the impact of COVID-19 on the cognitive and psychological health of people living with dementia and the reported mitigating ...

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"VHA Home HealthCare’s Heart in Mind Activation Therapy is a free online toolkit created for families, personal support workers, therapists or other health care providers to engage loved ones and clients living with dementia. A Practical Tool for Person-Centred Care Feelings are a big part of dementia. Inspired by the Dementia Care Matters Butterfly Model, this e-module provides easy access to feelings-based communication and activity ideas to empower you to stimulate the body and mind" (VIH Home Healthcare)
"VHA Home HealthCare’s Heart in Mind Activation Therapy is a free online toolkit created for families, personal support workers, therapists or other health care providers to engage loved ones and clients living with dementia. A Practical Tool for Person-Centred Care Feelings are a big part of dementia. Inspired by the Dementia Care Matters Butterfly Model, this e-module provides easy access to ...

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Slow living: a care home in lockdown p.14
Care homes have been stretched to the limit – and beyond – in the pandemic, but Charlie Hoare also found a gentler side to life during lockdown. Also, the growing use of technology for communicating with families has exciting potential, he reports

‘Therapeutic lying’: feelings are the key to our response p.16
Always telling the truth may look like a simple matter of professional integrity. But Shirley Pearce argues that feelings are sometimes more important than facts

Dementia care services and minority ethnic communities p.18
Dementia incidence is rising faster among minority ethnic groups than it is among the white population. Sahdia Parveen and colleagues give their key recommendations for services, based on an evidence review

Family carers need more support than ever p.22
Victoria Lyons and Caroline Woodcock consider the many ways Covid-19 and the lockdown has affected families living with dementia

An audiobooks service for hospital patients with dementia p.23
A hospital library that had nothing directly to do with patients living with dementia was turned into one that did. Jason Ovens tells the story behind its audiobooks service

The CASCADE project: exploring a ‘guest house’ concept p.24
A Dutch “guest house” concept offers a new approach to dementia care before and after a hospital stay. Raymond Smith and colleagues explain how it is being introduced in the UK

The voices of people with dementia, loud and clear p.26
Scottish activists pioneered the assertion of rights for people with dementia across the globe. Philly Hare and Arlene Crockett chart this history in their new book Loud and Clear

Self-assessment to raise standards of hospital care p.28
How best to raise standards of hospital dementia care? As part of our hospital series, Jane Gilby says there is no better answer than self-assessment based on the Dementia-Friendly Hospital Charter

Reducing inappropriate polypharmacy in care homes p.30
An older adult may take several medicines and heighten their risk of side effects. Aiysha Saleemi, Caroline Chill, Mandeep Butt and Aileen Jackson report on a care home project to reduce the use of multiple medications

A valuable specialist role to support end of life care p.32
How can staff be supported to deliver better end of life care in community settings? Marie Poole and colleagues describe how a new Dementia Nurse Specialist (DNS) intervention was implemented and tested in primary care, arguing that the role could meet the requirements of recommended best practice

How dementia affects sight and visual processing p.36
Visual impairment is common among people with dementia and may go untreated even when it is treatable. In the first of two articles on the impact of dementia on eyesight, Marianne Piano considers treatable sight loss and visual processing pathways in the brain
Slow living: a care home in lockdown p.14
Care homes have been stretched to the limit – and beyond – in the pandemic, but Charlie Hoare also found a gentler side to life during lockdown. Also, the growing use of technology for communicating with families has exciting potential, he reports

‘Therapeutic lying’: feelings are the key to our response p.16
Always telling the truth may look like a ...

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Towards a consistent service for everyone with dementia p.14
Alzheimer’s Society’s new CEO Kate Lee faces hard decisions as the charity recovers from the pandemic. She talks to Mark Ivory about the challenges – and opportunities – ahead

Reasons for hope in the post-Covid 2020s p.16
Despite the grim consequences of Covid-19 for our personal and economic health, there are reasons for optimism. Jeremy Hughes argues that it could galvanise change in dementia care

Coping with the Covid-19 situation whenyou’re living with dementia p.18
Unsurprisingly, coronavirus has presented massive challenges for many people with dementia. Philly Hare gathered together some of the thoughts and feelings they have been sharing in cyberspace

Making our voices heard: campaigning for the rights of marginalised groups p.20
Marginalised groups are beginning to make their voices heard as the National Dementia Action Alliance forces the pace. Sarah Tilsed shows how its work is making an impact

‘You’ve become a burden’ – Ron Coleman’s lockdown diary p.22
In the second instalment of his diary, Ron Coleman describes life under lockdown with his wife Karen, “Scary Daughter” Francesca and “Top Dog” Nor. He worries about “elder cleansing”, but do they?

Psychosocial support for carers: service evaluation p.24
Family carers can experience anxiety and stress in their role but often receive little formal support. Charlotte Dell and Fay Williams conducted research to find out which psychosocial interventions are most helpful

Low-investment video and music activities evaluated p.30
Can low-cost activities like watching nature videos accompanied by classical music reduce stress and improve care for care home residents? Robert Rados and colleagues report on the findings from their investigation

Determining best interests: the principles explained p.33
How should the best interests of a person who lacks capacity be established? In her second contribution to our series on hospital dementia care, Elizabeth Champion sets out good practice in reaching best interests decisions.

Our day out: an arts programme in rural Norfolk p.36
Evidence is growing for the benefits of the arts for people with dementia, but those living in rural communities can be hard to reach. Hannah Zeilig explains how one project found an answer
Towards a consistent service for everyone with dementia p.14
Alzheimer’s Society’s new CEO Kate Lee faces hard decisions as the charity recovers from the pandemic. She talks to Mark Ivory about the challenges – and opportunities – ahead

Reasons for hope in the post-Covid 2020s p.16
Despite the grim consequences of Covid-19 for our personal and economic health, there are reasons for optimism. ...

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Personne atteinte [180]

Proche aidant [107]

Trouble cognitif [96]

Prise en charge [57]

Centre d'hébergement et de soins de longue durée [54]

Personne âgée [54]

Planification de la santé et des services sociaux [52]

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psychogériatrie [43]

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Vieillissement [33]

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Qualité des soins et services [30]

France [29]

Santé mentale [29]

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Pharmacothérapie [27]

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Delirium [21]

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LÉVESQUE, Louise [14]

Agence de la santé et des services sociaux de Montréal [12]

DUPONT, Michèle A. [12]

GRATTON, Jean [12]

MASSIE, James [12]

Voyer, Philippe [12]

THOMAS, Philippe [11]

Vézina, Jean [11]

Hébert, Réjean [10]

Kergoat, Marie-Jeanne [10]

Burns, Alistair [9]

Société Alzheimer du Canada [9]

TERI, Linda [9]

GENDRON, Carole [8]

LAVOIE, Jean-Pierre [8]

PRÉVILLE, Michel [8]

University of Stirling. Dementia services development centre [8]

VOYER, Louis [8]

Bruneau, Marie-Andrée [7]

Gauthier, Serge [7]

GENDRON, Marie [7]

HAZIF-THOMAS, Cyril [7]

ARCHIBALD, Carole [6]

CALKINS, Margaret P. [6]

CHAPMAN, Alan [6]

INNES, Anthea [6]

PRINCE, Martin [6]

Van der Linden, Martial [6]

Agence de santé publique du Canada [5]

ANTOINE, Valéry [5]

KEADY, John [5]

Vellas, Bruno [5]

Alzheimer's Disease International [4]

Alzheimer’s Association. Campaign for Quality Residential Care [4]

Barbarino, Paola [4]

BARBERGER-GATEAU, Pascale [4]

BARRICK, Ann Louise [4]

Biggs, Simon [4]

BLANCHARD, Diane [4]

Bliss, Annie [4]

Carr, Ashley [4]

Charras, Kevin [4]

CHERTKOW, Howard [4]

CUMMINGS, Jeffrey L. [4]

Design and Dementia Community of Practice [4]

GROSSBERG, George T. [4]

Knapp, Martin [4]

Landreville, Philippe [4]

LEGAULT, Alain [4]

MARSHALL, Mary [4]

POTVIN, Jacques [4]

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STRUBEL, Denise [4]

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TILLY, Jane [4]

WILLIAMSON, Toby [4]

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Alzheimer's Society [3]

AMES, David [3]

ANKRI, Joël [3]

Arcand, Marcel [3]

Australian institute of health and welfare [3]

BAMFORD, Sally-Marie [3]

BANERJEE, Sube [3]

Belleville, Sylvie [3]

BELMIN, Joël [3]

Berrut, Gilles [3]

Bherer, Louis [3]

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Bourbonnais, Anne [3]

Breton, Marie-Claude [3]

BRILLER, Sherylyn H. [3]

BROOKER, Dawn [3]

BRUCE, Errollyn [3]

BÜLA, Christophe [3]

DARTIGUES, Jean-François [3]

Dawson, Alison [3]

Dementia and Sight Loss Interest Group [3]

DEMOURES, Geneviève [3]

Eustache, Francis [3]

FOREST, José [3]

FRANCOEUR, Louise [3]

FRENETTE, Guy [3]

GABRIEL, Michelle [3]

GALLAGHER-THOMPSON, Dolores [3]

GERDNER, Linda [3]

Girouard, Diane [3]

GROULX, Bernard [3]

HANON, Cécile [3]

HEATH, Hazel [3]

Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal [3]

James, Ian Andrew [3]

Jeandel, Claude [3]

Joanette, Yves [3]

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