Seeking your views about the use of non-pharmacological interventions in practice

A group of dementia care practitioners from Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust are doing some work to develop new care innovations for people living with advanced or later stages of dementia. They would like to understand a bit about current non-pharmacological approaches and where difficulties might be in practice.

They are seeking the views of health and social care staff from all levels and disciplines, who are supporting people with advanced or later stage dementia living in group care settings i.e. mental health hospital wards and care homes across the UK.

They are specifically interested in staff’s views about the use of non-pharmacological interventions in practice (for example activities such as reminiscence, creative therapies, music, dancing, day-to-day activities such as washing up, folding clothes, being outside) for people living with advanced or later stages of dementia.

All information gathered by this survey is completely anonymous. This survey has 9 questions and is expected to take no longer than 15 minutes to complete.

The link to the survey can be found here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/7G6NMDB

 

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