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14 CIC Annual review 2010/2011


Towards the future for dementia


In the New Year, CIC started the development in Manchester, of what will be one of the most innovative dementia services in the UK. In Spring 2012, when construction work on the new state-of-the-art building is completed, CIC will launch a new range of specialist services to support people with the condition through any challenge they may face.


This new service model which we are calling Everystep, to signify CIC’s commitment to supporting people with dementia every step of the way. The service model is built upon an expert understanding of dementia, drawing upon the latest research in dementia care. Every detail, from the building the care is delivered in, to the training of the staff that provide it, is focused on meeting the needs of our clients.


At the core of Everystep is a set of seemingly simple concepts; that people with dementia need stability in their lives; that they and their loved ones need support; and that they should be cared for by well trained staff with facilities that fully meet their needs.


CIC has brought these simple beliefs together to devise a service model that is truly innovative.


CIC is lucky to have to hand expert support and advice from Trustee’s Paul Stanion and Dr Christine Brown-Wilson. Paul’s experience in construction, property maintenance and project management has meant he can supply useful advice and guidance on the terms and conditions of the building contract, whilst Christine’s practical and academic experience of providing innovative, service models, especially for dementia care, have proved invaluable in helping us shape the Everystep model.


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CMYK version


Artists impression


A SERVICE MODEL


that is truly


INNOVATIVE


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