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Care Campaign for the Vulnerable is learning of the pressures faced by conscientious led Care Providers striving to offer a caring and safe environment to both service users and staff. Safety monitoring is proving to be a invaluable care assist tool - bringing a more open and transparent culture into care homes as well as saving valuable resources within the care home sector and the NHS


CCFTV - Prepare Now For Our Future Care…

4th January 2024

In the ever-evolving world of dementia care, Care Campaign for the Vulnerable (CCFTV) advocates for a paradigm shift in the approach to treating and caring for individuals living with dementia in the 21st century. From the moment of diagnosis to establishing secure living environments, a holistic and person-centred strategy is essential to enhance the well-being of those affected by dementia.

Early Diagnosis and Holistic Assessment:

Early diagnosis is paramount. Emphasising routine screenings for early detection allows for timely intervention. A holistic assessment, considering not only cognitive aspects but also emotional, social, and physical well-being, ensures a comprehensive understanding of the individual's needs.

Person-Centered Care Plans
Customised care plans tailored to the unique needs, preferences, and life history of each individual foster a person-centred approach. Recognising their identity beyond the diagnosis contributes to a more dignified and enriching care experience.

Integrated Health and Social Support

Collaboration between healthcare professionals, social workers, and support networks is crucial. Integrating health and social support services provides a holistic framework that addresses both medical and social dimensions of dementia care, promoting overall quality of life.

Empowering Environments

Creating dementia-friendly environments that prioritise safety, familiarity, and sensory stimulation can significantly impact the well-being of individuals with dementia. These environments should encourage independence and engagement while minimising stressors.

Innovative Therapeutic Approaches:

Embracing innovative therapeutic approaches, such as reminiscence therapy, art and music therapy, and technology-based interventions, enhances cognitive function, emotional expression, and social interaction. Incorporating these approaches into daily care routines promotes a positive and stimulating atmosphere.

Carer Training and Support

Comprehensive training for carers is essential. Equipping them with the knowledge and skills to navigate the challenges of dementia care promotes compassionate and informed support. Continuous support and respite for caregivers are equally crucial to prevent burnout and ensure sustained high-quality care.

Security and Dignity in Living Environments

For those requiring secure living environments, maintaining a balance between safety and preserving dignity is paramount. Thoughtful design, advanced technology, and compassionate staffing contribute to creating secure environments that feel like home while ensuring the well-being of residents.

As we navigate the complexities of dementia care in the 21st century, Care Campaign for the Vulnerable advocates for an integrated, person-centred, and innovative approach. From early diagnosis to secure living environments, prioritising the unique needs of individuals living with dementia ensures a compassionate and dignified journey, promoting the highest possible quality of life.

Navigating Life Before and After a Dementia Diagnosis

As the prevalence of dementia continues to rise, proactive planning becomes a crucial aspect of the journey for individuals and their families. Care Campaign for the Vulnerable (CCFTV) underscores the importance of preparing for the future before a dementia diagnosis, focusing on where and how individuals wish to live.

Advance Care Planning

Encouraging individuals to engage in advance care planning allows them to express their preferences regarding future care, living arrangements, and end-of-life decisions. Having open and honest conversations with family members ensures that everyone is aligned with the individual's wishes.

Choosing Living Arrangements

Before a dementia diagnosis, individuals can contemplate where they would prefer to live as the condition progresses. Options may include remaining in their current home with modifications for safety, moving to a dementia-friendly community, or considering residential care facilities. Evaluating these choices early on empowers individuals to make informed decisions.

Creating a Support Network

Building a robust support network is essential. Individuals should identify friends, family, and healthcare professionals who can provide assistance and companionship throughout the dementia journey. Establishing this network in advance contributes to a more seamless transition when additional support becomes necessary.

Financial and Legal Planning

Proactively addressing financial and legal matters ensures that individuals living with dementia have a solid foundation for their future care. This includes exploring long-term care insurance, appointing power of attorney, and addressing estate planning to alleviate potential stress for both individuals and their families.


Before a diagnosis, individuals may consider implementing lifestyle modifications that support brain health and overall well-being. This includes maintaining a balanced diet, staying physically active, engaging in cognitive exercises, and social connections. These habits can contribute to a healthier and potentially slower progression of dementia symptoms.

Familiarising oneself with various memory care options allows for informed decision-making. Individuals can explore different models of care, understand available services, and visit potential facilities to find environments that align with their preferences and needs.

Embracing Technology

Incorporating technology into daily life can enhance safety and communication. From smart home devices that promote independence to telehealth options for remote healthcare monitoring, technology plays a crucial role in supporting individuals with dementia and easing the burden on carers.

Proactively planning for life before and after a dementia diagnosis empowers individuals to navigate the evolving stages of the condition with dignity and autonomy. By engaging in advance care planning, choosing suitable living arrangements, and making informed decisions regarding support networks and legal matters, individuals can enhance their quality of life and ease the transition for themselves and their loved ones.

Care Campaign for the Vulnerable advocates for this proactive approach to ensure a more compassionate and person-centred dementia journey.

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Signature Care Homes


CCFTV Partners with Signature Care Homes - supporting independent safety monitoring systems to protect the vulnerable elderly looked after in long-term care facilities.

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Winncare is delighted to sponsor the Care Campaign For The Vulnerable and fully support their commitment to safeguarding the vulnerable elderly. Our organisations have shared values based on supporting care home residents to live safe and fulfilled lives.


The Eagle lifting cushion, combined with the ISTUMBLE health assessment app, empowers care home workers to make good decisions around lifting residents that fall. Winncare’s work to safeguard residents’ lives aligns with CCFTV’s ambitions to protect the vulnerable elderly looked after in long term care facilities.

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Care Campaign for the Vulnerable is learning of the pressures faced by conscientious led Care Providers striving to offer a caring and safe environment to both service users and staff. Safety monitoring is proving to be a invaluable care assist tool - bringing a more open and transparent culture into care homes as well as saving valuable resources within the care home sector and the NHS

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