LESS COVID-19: lessons from the frontline

The National Care Forum and the University of Leeds have launched the findings from DMT-funded research into the experiences of frontline care home and NHS staff caring for older people with COVID-19 in the first few months of the pandemic.

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Helping care homes to cope with change

Organisational resilience is key to enabling care homes to adapt to the many changes they face, whilst still delivering good care to their residents. In this blog post, Dr Al Ross from the University of Glasgow explains what resilience ‘looks like’ in the context of care homes and what factors contribute to it.

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How IMPACTAgewell® helped Raymond and Etta

Our recent case study of IMPACTAgewell®, developed by the Mid & East Antrim Agewell Partnership (MEAAP), showed how the project was supporting older people to understand and navigate the different health and social care services in their local area. Here, Sarah McLaughlin from MEAAP talks about just two of the many older people that the project has helped.

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