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An award winning November for Here

An award winning November for Here

Here reflects on what it means to be announced ‘UK Social Enterprise of the Year 2017’ and awarded ‘Employee Owned Innovation of the Year’ all in one exciting month – testament to all who work tirelessly to care for those we serve, at Here and our partner organisations.

Improving quality of life for people with memory problems

Improving quality of life for people with memory problems

What does ‘service redesign’ look like in practice? Tiffeny James, Louisa Marchant and Lesley Reeves – Memory Support Workers in the Brighton and Hove Memory Assessment Service (MAS) – talk about the impact of their work.

Meet the team: Dr Esme Gates our new MAS GP

Meet the team: Dr Esme Gates our new MAS GP

Dr Esme Gates is a GP at Portslade Health Centre and is also the newest member of the Memory Assessment Service team. Find out about her role.

Why I’m a Member of Here

Why I’m a Member of Here

To celebrate Employee Ownership Day at Here we spoke to two of our team – Tina Livingstone and Jason Willcox – about why they are members of Here.

Designing a Memory Assessment Service for the people it serves

Designing a Memory Assessment Service for the people it serves

Jason Willcox, Integrated Care Manager for the Memory Assessment Service in Brighton and Hove, introduces the case studies showing the impact of re-designing a care system to better meet the needs of everyone suffering memory difficulties whether diagnosed with dementia or not.

What are we seeing?

What are we seeing?

As we publish our ‘A year of being Here’, our annual report 2015-2016, Zoe Nicholson, Chief Executive of Here, shares the questions we feel are important to ask ourselves about our health care system.

Inspiring new ways of delivering what really matters to people
Zoe Nicholson, Chief Executive

Inspiring new ways of delivering what really matters to people

Zoe Nicholson, Chief Executive of Here, shares her story about re-designing the Memory Assessment Service in order to deliver what’s truly important to people with memory difficulties – marking the beginning of a new approach to helping people across all services.

Partnering across sectors to transform Memory Care delivery

Partnering across sectors to transform Memory Care delivery

Alison Melling, a Specialist Nurse for the Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust, is a core member of the Memory Assessment Service delivered by Here in partnership with Age UK and the Alzheimer’s Society. She describes some of the implications there have been in changing the way memory care is delivered, as well as the positive impacts it is starting to have on the people we care for.