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91. Reducing the risk of Dementia  
Services and Support Alzheimer’s Society – Reducing risk of dementia - A useful resource describing actions you can take to reduce your risk of dementia. Live Well Wakefield - A social…  
92. Professional Resources  
GP Dementia Friendly Becoming Dementia Friendly involves signing up to the Dementia Action Alliance (DAA) and submitting an action plan. Individual action plans can be viewed…  
93. Public Resources  
Below are several links that can provide further information and guidance around dementia: Age UK Wakefield District Alzheimer’s Society “The dementia guide” (FREE comprehensive guide) …  
94. Personal Health Budgets  
A Personal Health Budget (PHB) is a method of giving people more choice and control over the type of care they have and how it is arranged. A PHB is an amount of money to support a…  
95. Continuing Healthcare (CHC)  
What is NHS Continuing Healthcare? NHS Wakefield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) acknowledges its responsibility to clearly identify our statutory powers and duties in relation to the…  
96. Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources  
Resources for social media Toolkit of social media content for use by staff, community and faith-led organisations A video featuring Adil Ray and other public figures encouraging vaccine…  
97. More information  
1. National Maternity Review The National Maternity Review was commissioned by NHS England to assess maternity care provision and consider  how services should be developed to meet the…  
98. Different birth settings explained  
What is an Obstetric (Consultant Led) Unit? Obstetric units (OUs) are a new name for ‘labour wards’. Obstetric units are based in hospitals that provide 24 hour services including medical,…  
99. Migrant Access Project  
The Migrant Access Project was developed by Wakefield partners to help communities access and engage with services. We did this by recruiting community champions and training them to enable them…  
100. Unpaid carers urged to get vital COVID-19 vaccination  
Person in a wheelchair with a carer. The NHS in Wakefield is urging people aged 16 and over who provide vital care and support for others to come forward for their vaccination.  
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