“I’d like to see us continue to develop our relationships with organisations whose primary focus is around supporting older people and those with dementia, because working together is key. The country cannot afford to continue to work in silos”
The MacIntyre Dementia Project is ground-breaking not only in the resources being created but in the awareness being raised and the mind sets that are being challenged and changed across various professions and sectors.
Our Director of Adult Services, Emma Killick, spoke to Anna Melville-James, Writer and Editor of Elder Magazine, about the importance of healthcare organisations and charities working together, rather than in specialist silos, to improve diagnosis and support for those living with learning disabilities and dementia.
Read the full article in Elder Magazine.
Director of Adult Services
MacIntyre Dementia Project