Innowacje w pedagogice osób z zaburzeniami neuropoznawczymi 

Agnieszka Sikora-Balicka

Abstrakt

This article describes new innovations for people with neurocognitive disorders, which are implemented not in England only but also throughout all the UK. Following the publication of a report in 2007 by the Comptroller and Auditor General National Audit Office on „Improving Services and Support for Persons with Dementia,” set up in 2009, the first National Dementia Strategy was launched under the theme „Living better with dementia. At this time, ambitious goals have been set that aim to improve the quality of life of people with dementia and their carers (Bourn, 2007). In 2012 Prime Minister David Cameron launched Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia. In response, the Alzheimer Society has launched a program to create a friendly environment for people with dementia under the banner of Dementia Friends. The English Department of Health has identified tasks for NHS Health EducationEngland to deliver the necessary skills to provide the best quality care for  people with dementia (Health Education England, 2017) and the NHS England, which launched the Well Pathway for Dementia.

Słowa kluczowe: innovations in the pedagogy of people with neurocognitive disorders, Alzheimer’s disease, Frontotemporal Lobar degeneration, Lewy’s disease, vascular disease, traumatic brain injury, medicines / drugs use, HIV infection, Prion disease, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease
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