Scotland’s National dementia strategy has been published 2017-2020. The focus is on improving quality of care around work on diagnosis, including post-diagnostic support; care co-ordination; end of life and palliative care; workforce development and capability; data and information; and research.
This Cochrane review was published in June 2017 and evaluated the effectiveness of circuit class therapy for improving mobility after stroke. “There is moderate evidence that CCT is effective in improving mobility for people after stroke – they may be able to walk further, faster, with more independence and confidence in their balance. ” The full review can be accessed HERE
This report celebrates 30 years of the work and achievements of the Irish Hospice Foundation. It tells the story of this charity and the strides they have made in hospice and palliative care over the last 30 years in Ireland.
Venue; Limerick City Gallery of Art
When: Thursday, June 8th 2017
Limerick City Gallery of Art (LCGA) and Milford Care Centre’s Compassionate Communities Limerick bring together an eclectic mix of prominent artists and thinkers who have, recently and very publicly discussed the subject of death, dying, bereavement and memory.
The report is the first comprehensive analysis of end-of-life issues across all government departments outside health.