Developing adequate care relationships
Due to their disease people with dementia gradually become more and more dependent on (professional) carers. It is important that they develop adequate care relationships with staff to get the support and care they need. Most interventions that show positive effects on this area initially have a different goal, like improving mood and behaviour, or interaction with other people. As a consequence of improvement in these domains, adequate care relationships can be developed and maintained.
Continuous support programme
Integrated long-term intervention programme for people with dementia and their carers, providing daytime activities and psychosocial support for people with dementia. In addition the program offers psychosocial support, and information on dementia and available services for informal carers.