MARYNeed to talk about background to development-proposed in strategy……..link to charter of rights……why they are needed and why dementia is different……are not just aspirational statements……people with dementia need to know what they can expect from services
MARY- can talk here about Mrs V as an example of why standards are needed
MARY Need to talk aboutMWC role(asked by Gov. to facilitate, not MWC work)….steering group role and membership….consultation events….involvement of people with dementia…..the challenge of the task….
ALISONNeed to talk aboutWhy these areas are important/all encompassing…based on outcomes/explain what mean by this….some of the debates and discussions we had in reaching this point
ALISONNeed to talk aboutIdentify people who have dementiaAccess to liaison service specialiasing in dementiaRecord key personal informationManagement of deliriumMonitor number of movesAudit of physical environmentDischarge planning considers a range of care and support options
ALISON Need to talk aboutUse introduction in standards as guide here
MARYNeed to talk aboutChallenge of introducing in difficult/uncertain times……identifying priorities…..Opportunities….change in culture/views of dementia….recognition of impact of dementia on person and those close to them….recognition of benefits of good dementia care……not all has financial /cost implications…..people with dementia have same rights, respect for rights is basic requirement not optional extra….implementation will be monitored
Standards of care for dementia in Scotland Creating Better Dementia Care Glasgow Royal Concert Hall,6th June 2011 Professor Mary Marshall and Alison Thomson
As an exampleWhat the standards say about general hospitals People with dementia will receive good quality care if admitted to a general hospital, accident and emergency department or attend an out patient clinic.
What do they mean for me? A person with dementia and their carers A care provider A manager or commissioner of a service A scrutiny and improvement organisation