React To Dementia
This React to Dementia resource has been developed as part of the work of the Integrated Care Home Group set up by Claire Poole (Optimum Workforce Leadership, Nottingham County Council), Donna Nussey (Head of Quality and Improvement, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System), Anita Astle MBE (Owner/Manager, Wren Hall Nursing Home), Gemma Shelton (Quality and Market Management Team, Nottingham County Council and Ros Heath (Owner / Manager, Landermeads).
The remit of the group is to implement the Enhanced Health in Care Homes initiative and this resource was funded by NHS England and NHS Improvement.
The content of the workbook has been written by Ros Heath and was designed by Crocodile House. The film was produced by Ian Donaghy.
To find out more, click on the following link... http://www.reactto.co.uk/resources/react-to-dementia/
Summer Music and Beer Festival - 2019
This year Landermeads celebrated 30 years with our Summer Music and Beer Festival. Take a look at the video below to see how the day went...
Our Lovely Roy Prentice - Together We Can Make The Moment Matter
Roy had a life long dream to score a goal at Meadow Lane Football Club, the home of Notts County and we decided to make this happen. With a little help from our friend ‘Big Ian’ and Notts County to help us make Roy’s dream came true. Roy was able to go along with his friends and family (some of whom made it all the way from Spain) to take a penalty, which he scored! at half time “Well done Roy”.
Notts County are the first football club to get behind the ‘DEMENTIA IS A TEAM GAME’ campaign. A huge thank you to Notts County and ‘Big Ian’ for helping us to make this wonderful dream come true.
Below is the footage taken by Notts County, and the full full length video taken by 'Big Ian':
"Why Wouldn't You" & "We Are Family"
Why Wouldn't You"?
If you would like to know more about what vacancies we have available:
'We are family'
Showcases the value of Dementia Care Matters 'Feelings Matter Most' philosophy for people living with dementia, which recognises that people living with dementia are more 'feeling beings' than 'thinking beings'.
Filmed here at Landermeads, the film shows how the Butterfly household Model of Care identifies that quality dementia care is all about the beauty of the moment and sharing and celebrating life.