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Cotswold Suite

1st Floor, Edward Elgar Building

University of Worcester, St Johns Campus

Worcester

WR2 6AJ

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Knowledge and learning exchange workshop 2015

Title:

Advantages and disadvantages of different models of Housing with Care schemes for people living with dementia.

Description:

One of the outcomes of the 2014 HDRC workshop was a list of the consortium’s priority research themes. The top priority theme was: the advantages and disadvantages of different models of Housing with Care schemes for people living with dementia. Research evidence on this theme is currently limited.

In this 2015 workshop we aim to share knowledge and learning and increase understanding relating to this theme. Key priorities for the workshop are the sharing and understanding of the outcomes of different scheme models from around the world for people living with dementia and the development of a set of pros and cons for different models, based on the participants’ experience and observation. The output from the workshop would then form the basis of a proposal for a research project to explore the theme more extensively.

Date:

16th June 2015

Registration closing date:

30th May 2015

Venue:

Worcester University: Cotswold Suite, 1st Floor, Edward Elgar Building, St Johns Campus.

Parking: Car Park M (£3 for the day). Other car parks available but may be more costly.

Directions and maps: http://www.worcester.ac.uk/discover/find-us-st-johns-campus.html

Programme

10.00 Registration and refreshments

10.30 Chair (Simon Evans) and Dawn Brooker welcome Association for dementia Studies, HDRC hosting organisation.

10.50 The HDRC’s top research priority – Julie Barrett (HDRC Research Coordinator)

11.00 Housing and Care 21 research – Vanessa Pritchard-Wilkes, Housing and Care 21

11.30 Break, refreshments and networking

11.50 Lessons from Europe – Tracy Paine, Belong and Damian Utton, Pozzoni Architects.

12.20 Hogeweyk – the “Dementia village” – Michael Spellman, The ExtraCare Charitable Trust.

12.50 Deprivation of liberty – implications for different HWC models – Sue Garwood, Housing LIN Dementia Lead

13.10 Lunch and networking

14.00 Group work – advantages and disadvantages of the different models led by Julie Barrett

15.00 Feedback from the groups led by Julie Barrett

15.20 Closing remarks – Simon Evans

15.30 Close of workshop.

Event contact

Name: Dr Julie Barrett

Email: j.barrett@worc.ac.uk

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Cotswold Suite

1st Floor, Edward Elgar Building

University of Worcester, St Johns Campus

Worcester

WR2 6AJ

United Kingdom

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