It's time for the care sector to start thinking 'technology' smart. Not just for the protection and safeguarding of our most vulnerable but for the professionals who value their reputation as good, conscientious led Care Providers. Our most vulnerable and their carers deserve no lessJayne Connery
Jayne Connery Founder of Care Campaign for the Vulnerable will be attending this year's National Dementia Care Award Gala evening taking place in Brighton on Thursday 8th November 2018. Jayne will be cheering on Terry Eccott, Prolific Dementia Campaigner as well as Ambassador to Care Campaign for the Vulnerable, who is up for a prestigious award.
Jayne Connery and Terry Eccott outside St Jame's Palace
The Awards were created to celebrate the very best people in dementia care and held at the Brighton Metropole in Brighton Sussex - as part of the 13th UK Dementia Congress. Jayne said 'I am thrilled to accompany Terry Eccott to the National Dementia Care Awards and no one in my mind is more fitting to receive this special accolade. A tiresome supporter of dementia care and champion of rights to those living with this condition, Having been diagnosed with dementia himself, I believe he is a very deserving winner. We will keep our fingers crossed! I am really looking forward to this special evening and I wish all those dedicated nominees who are up for a award much luck and especially our Terry.''
British Actress Aimi Macdonald is Care Campaign for the Vulnerable Ambassador - raising public awareness for better, safer, transparent care within the care sector.
I am delighted to be invited as a Ambassador to assist in this wonderful campaign instigated by Jayne Connery regarding CCTV security in care homes throughout the UK. This, I feel, will benefit carers, staff, residents and their families in the event of any dispute. As a relative of someone suffering with Alzheimers disease I have been involved with care homes over the last ten years and I feel the knowledge I have can contribute to this very important initiative
Adventure with Dementia provide values-based learning, development and improvement programmes which include life elements relevant to us all irrespective of a diagnosis of disease or disability. Our approach is that of doing 'with' people and not doing 'for' them thus creating family style daily living which is occupied, meaningful and fulfilled while also challenging the stereotypes of a carers role to empower them to do things differently: pledging to make a difference.Visit Website
Chiltern and South Bucks District Council SAFE PLACE SCHEME has called on Care Campaign for the Vulnerable to add our support to the initiative for those who are vulnerable in the community to get help if out and about and feeling scared , lost or confused.Read more
It's time for the care sector to start thinking 'technology' smart. Not just for the protection and safeguarding of our most vulnerable but for the professionals who value their reputation as good, conscientious led Care Providers. Our most vulnerable and their carers deserve no lessJayne Connery, Founder Care Campaign for the Vulnerable
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"The evidence from Providers who have installed CCTV seems to me to merit careful attention and to be quite persuasive"
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