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Regulation creates, limits, or constrains a right, creates or limits a duty, or allocates a responsibility Regulation creates, limits, or constrains a right, creates or limits a duty, or allocates a responsibility Regulation creates, limits, or constrains a right, creates or limits a duty, or allocates a responsibility Regulation creates, limits, or constrains a right, creates or limits a duty, or allocates a responsibility References

Aging Institute http://www.aging.pitt.edu/seniors/ethical-issues.asp 27/12/13

Common Core Principles for Supporting People with Dementia https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/215562/dh_127587.pdf 26/12/13

RCVDA (Redcar & Cleveland Voluntary Development Agency): Policies and Procedures: http://www.rcvda.org.uk/policies_and_procedures.html 23/12/2013 Liste a produits à prendre pour les prochaines commandes

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Purpose and structure of the guide
This guide presents eight Common Core Principles for Supporting People with Dementia. They can be used to enable workforce development for any member of staff working in health or social care with people at any stage of dementia, from the earliest signs to the fully diagnosed condition. The common core principles are relevant to every setting and provide a basis for a general understanding of the condition. They aim to build workers’ confidence in adapting their actions and communication in order to respond appropriately to the person with dementia. Signposting to resources and further reading has been included at the end of the guide. Although the guide is written primarily for the health and social care sectors, the principles and supporting information will also be of interest to those working in any situation where people interact with those with dementia. The principles can be applied to any customer-focused provision, with equal relevance to those working in settings such as shops and banks, as well as public sector settings such as library, education and housing services. The principles have been written on the assumption that the workforce supporting people in the later stages of dementia will have received specialist training and support. Section 1 Introduction

Describes the rationale for developing the principles, presents background information on dementia and suggestions for using the guide.
Section 2 Common core principles
Sets out the common core principles and the indicative behaviours expected in a skilled workforce.
Section 3 Embedding the common core principles
Provides guidance for leaders and managers, commissioners and training and education leads to develop a workforce that can create dementia friendly settings. These settings are able to demonstrate that people with dementia are supported appropriately, with staff who are confident in adapting their behaviour to provide care that enables people to ‘live well with dementia’. Section 4 Planning training and development

Provides guidance on planning and delivering education for the wider workforce that is tailored to local contexts. This includes signposting to the national occupational standards and qualifications that support training and education but does not provide a prescriptive list of competences.

1.
The Common Core Principles
for Supporting People with Dementia
Principle 1
Know the early signs of dementia.
Principle 2
Early diagnosis of dementia helps people receive information, support and treatment at the earliest possible stage.
Principle 3
Communicate sensitively to support meaningful interaction.
Principle 4
Promote...
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