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Wednesday, 30 January 2019 09:36

Staying connected - Shared Lives carers supporting people living with dementia in Moray, Scotland 2019

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Scotland out to sea websiteWe commissioned this research to illustrate the impact of Shared Lives Moray's work with older people living with dementia and their family carers in Scotland, including information on the use of self-directed support.

It shows evidence of Shared Lives’ positive impact on people's wellbeing when they are living with dementia:

  • ongoing connectedness to people's communities
  • increased emotional wellbeing
  • delay moving into residential care.

"Shared Lives is helping me stay well enough long enough to prevent my wife going into care" family carer, Moray

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With thanks to funding from the Life Changes Trust, funded by The Big Lottery, now known as The National Lottery Community Fund.

For more information, please contact Ben Hall, Scotland Development Manager, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 07392 313 501

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