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Creating collaborative partnerships for outstanding community care

Creating collaborative partnerships for outstanding community care

Jason Willcox, Service Manager for the Brighton and Hove Memory Assessment Service, speaks of what it means to be rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission, and the crucial role of partnership working and being an autonomous social enterprise.

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.

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.