Working with Older People: Volume 17 Issue 2

Practical approaches to work, leisure, lifestyle and learning


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Dementia‐friendly communities: what the project “Creating a dementia‐friendly York” can tell us

Janet Crampton, Ruth Eley

This paper aims to outline the findings from a research and development project to determine how York might become a more dementia‐friendly city and, in drawing out the features…


Dementia advocacy in a time of austerity

Geraldine Brown, Nicola Standen, Kanwal Khilji

This paper aims to report on an exploratory study exploring the provision of dementia advocacy.

DEEP: the engagement, involvement and empowerment of people with dementia in collective influencing

Rachael Litherland, Toby Williamson

The purpose of this paper is to discuss the mapping processes and lessons learned in a project to scope the user involvement activity of groups of people with dementia across the…

Producing and funding welfare services for seniors in the future

Minna Kaarakainen, Sanna Suomalainen, Virva Hyttinen

The purpose of this study is to investigate the Finnish welfare state from the point of view of the production and funding of care services. The authors examine the views of…

Finding out about social care: what information seekers want

Les Bright, Alison Clarke, Gillian Dalley

The research reported here aims to explore the problems facing individuals searching for information about available options in choosing care services.

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