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John's Campaign

for the right to stay with people with dementia

for the right of people with dementia to be supported by their family carers

On Monday December 18th Helen Whately, Minister of State at the DHSC, laid an amendment to the 2008 Health and Care Act before Parliament. From April 2024 visiting will become a Fundamental Standard in care homes, hospitals and hospices. Read the amendment here.

Voices

Throughout the campaign people have come forward and shared their voices - their testimony. The firsthand experience they've shared has been raw, real, and vital for making the case for change. We do our best to amplify these voices and do this in various ways; one of the ways is a periodic collection in a series we call Voices:

On Monday December 18th Helen Whately, Minister of State at the DHSC, laid an amendment to the 2008 Health and Care Act before Parliament. From April 2024 visiting will become a Fundamental Standard in care homes, hospitals and hospices. Read the amendment here.

Voices

Throughout the campaign people have come forward and shared their voices - their testimony. The firsthand experience they've shared has been raw, real, and vital for making the case for change. We do our best to amplify these voices and do this in various ways; one of the ways is a periodic collection in a series we call Voices: