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Buss Murton law LLP

A law practice providing comprehensive service for individuals and their business

Updated:
25 September 2018
Location:
South East
Sectors:
Legal
Local Alliances:
East Grinstead 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?

1 -  Private Client Practitioner to become a dementia friend and undergo available training to better understand the needs of those living with Dementia and their Carers

2- In achieving 1 to better understand how we can provide a Dementia Friendly service in terms of Will planning, appointing others as Attorneys and linking with Financial Advisors to Include offering home visits and discussing best visit times and individual arrangements with carers.

3- To ensure that the client living with dementia feels valued and understood in all out dealings and to communicate effectively (by monitoring instructions and seeing feedback and in particular as to how we can improve)

        

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

to listen and learn about the needs of those living with dementia to enable us to broaden policies and offer a rounded service.      

2. Actions

  • the private client practitoner to become a dementia friend and undertake other relevant training

    by becming a dementia friend and considering other training this will allow the staff member to appropriately manage clients and their carers living with dementia   

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  • Tailor services to the client better

    Through undergoing training the client officer can better understand the needs of the client to arrange home visits visit times and arrangements with carers of clients.  

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  • to facilitate feedback to ensure that the service meets the clients needs

    through monitoring of instructions given and asking for feedback we can ensure that the service meets the needs of the client and that they feel valued

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