Advising an older person to become active – do we know what works? Advice from the BHF NCPAH based on evidence and published in 2008. Key components of successful practice · Use of a health educator and an extended consultation time · Assessment of problem areas · Recognition of readiness of change · Goals agreed…
Bob Laventure and Claudine Aherne have written three articles for the ICAA on working with people living with Dementia. The BHFNC are currently developing a programme to support those coordinating and delivering services and physical activity programmes for people living with dementia in line with the publication of the National Dementia Strategy in England (and…
The UKFST was launched on the 29th October 2010. The UKFST will support the development of stroke training and education UK
wide through the Stroke-Specific Education Framework (SSEF). Applications
for endorsement will be made through the UKFST website. For further information, a flyer can be downloaded here.
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Healthy March 2006 issue 42
Although a novice to television Edward Enfield has done rather well in his new semi-retired career. Once a Local Government Officer, he still needs all the stamina and mental alertness he can get. So Ever Wondered sent him to find out what happens when we age and if you can really hold back the years…they…