The Living with Dementia Toolkit has been produced for people with dementia and their carers, by people with dementia and their carers.
These illustrated stories take a look at some of the situations different families find themselves in and explore how a whole family approach is the most effective way to implement personalised care.
This report aims to find good examples of personalised care and community-based support for people from ethnically diverse communities.
This report shares the experiences of just some of the people that Alzheimer’s Society and Future Health have been working with; their stories and how their life has been impacted by their experience of social care.
This guideline describes good patient experience for babies, children and young people, and makes recommendations on how it can be delivered.
This report, commissioned by The Richmond Group of Charities Taskforce on Multiple Conditions, identifies a series of key questions and opportunities for change through stories of lived experience and is designed to support the plans and actions of people delivering health and care services alongside others who can make a difference for people living with multiple conditions.
In light of the government publishing its draft national data strategy, we take a look back at the recommendations of our report on health inequalities and vaccine hesitancy, where we made a series of recommendations made about how data can be used to support or undermine efforts to tackle health inequalities.
Picker and The King’s Fund have worked with NHS England and NHS Improvement on how ICSs can listen to and learn from people and communities. This practical guide is for partners working in these systems, with ideas on how they might go about this.