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Dementia Friendly Practice

We are a Dementia Friendly practice

With the support of the Wessex Academic Health Science network our surgery has become the first Dementia Friendly practice in Hampshire. The surgery was officially “opened” on the 29th April 2014 by Professor Alistair Burns, who is the National Clinical Director for Dementia from NHS England.

Dr Nicola Decker (Dementia lead) led the project which aims to ensure that all patients who have dementia (and their carers) are treated with compassion and respect. She modelled the work in the work done by the Royal College of Nursing in 2011 to create dementia friendly hospital environments.

Further details of the project and newspaper coverage can be found here:

Summary for becoming a Dementia Friendly practice

Dementia Friendly practice quick guide

Basingstoke Gazette coverage

Memory Club Referral Form

Memory Club in Oakley

Are you interested in joining research into Dementia  - please use this link

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