Aberdeen hospital’s approach to dementia care to be shared across Scotland after report highlights ‘good practice’ as four in ten English care homes for the elderly fail inspections.

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Aberdeen hospital’s approach to dementia care to be shared across Scotland after report highlights ‘good practice’ as four in ten English care homes for the elderly fail inspections.

(c) dailyrecord.co.uk See this from the Evening Express yesterday: ‘Dementia care at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary is so good a health agency is sharing its secrets to inspire hospital staff across Scotland. Healthcare Improvement Scotland spent the first three months of this year carrying out a detailed review of practice in four wards at ARI and has now published its report, highlighting the hospital’s “particularly good practice”. The 52-page document paints a rosy picture of a service helping dementia patients and…

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Aberdeen hospital’s approach to dementia care to be shared across Scotland after report highlights ‘good practice’ as four in ten English care homes for the elderly fail inspections.