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James Legal - Hedon Road Branch

James Legal Solicitors in Hull provide quality advice to businesses and individuals, but we do it with a real difference. The fact is that stereotypically Solicitors have often been seen as unapproachable, stuffy, jargonistic and very expensive - Our mission is to turn that stereotype on its head. We offer the usual legal services: employment advice, litigation, business advice, buying or selling a property, commercial property, wills, trusts and much more. What you will find is a refreshing change is the way in which we provide legal advice. With free consultations, fixed price legal costs, flexible payments, legal support services and bundled legal services, to name but a few, we are sure you find complete transparency around the whole traditional "legal costs" mystery. "Getting to know you, getting to know all about you..." A nice tune but a well made point too. To properly advise you in your Businesses it helps to understand your business. Similarly to advise you individually its helps to get to know you, and likewise you to get to know us. So why not contact us to share a coffee with one of our team. Call it a "getting to know you meeting" or a free consultation, either way contact us for a chat. Professional Legal advice with large doses of common sense, understanding, practical and commercial advice.

18 July 2016
Legal, Finance
Local Alliances:
East Riding Dementia Action Alliance, Hull Dementia Action Alliance , Yorkshire & Humber Dementia Action Alliance

1. Action Plan

1. The National Dementia Declaration lists seven outcomes that the DAA are seeking to achieve for people with dementia and their carers. How would you describe your organisation’s role in delivering better outcomes for people with dementia and their carers?

By providing a more dementia friendly service to our clients throughout our offices and all departments. By becoming a dementia friendly employer and being supportive of staff who are affected by these issues.  We will do this by attending a Dementia Friends information session and ensuring that our staff are all more aware of the problems encountered by those living with Dementia and being able to help them have a more valuable experience when visiting our offices and using our services.

2. What are the challenges to delivering these outcomes from the perspective of your organisation?

Lack of understanding of the needs of those living with Dementia, and also the demands on their carers. We would like to overcome this by arranging awareness sessions for our staff. Time constraints in achieving this could be a challenge.

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2. Actions

  • Improve our understanding of Dementia

    We will arrange for all staff to attend awareness sessions on dementia to ensure greater understanding of the condition and how we can help. All staff to become a Dementia Friend by undertaking a Dementia Friends information session or by watching the Dementia Friends Film.

    To undertake the training within our own organisation to ensure that all staff are Dementia aware and understand the needs of those living with Dementia and their carers.

    Establish a dementia champion to be our ‘go to’ person for dementia and responsible for ensuring that we carry out this action plan and review our actions annually.

    Dementia awareness to be included in the staff induction process for all new staff.

    All staff to be made aware of the free online Scie Dementia eLearning Modules.

    Customer Facing Staff Guide to be circulated to, and read by, all staff members.

    We will look at the dementia friendly resources on the Dementia Action Alliance website and Alzheimer’s Society website.

  • Dementia Friendly Employer

    We will look at the ‘Creating a dementia friendly workplace a practical guide for employers’ and consider how we can become a dementia friendly employer.

    Initial Scoping, Planning
  • Publicity and Encouragement

    We will proudly support the Dementia Action Alliance and will encourage other organisations to do so, such as publicising our involvement on social media, attending and promoting DAA events, and if possible allowing our premises to be used for DAA events.