The SPLENDID Programme

There is growing evidence that non-clinical interventions can support people who have dementia and cognitive decline. There is also a range of social prescribing schemes that support clients who have dementia. Some of these schemes may work with specific groups of people with dementia and cognitive decline. Other social prescribing schemes support clients with a much broader range of issues of which people living with dementia is a small proportion of the client group.

Meaningful Measures Ltd is delighted to be a co-applicant on a successful collaborative NIHR research grant called 'SPLENDID' to develop Social prescribing for people with dementia. SPLENDID stands for Social Prescribing for People to Live ENjoyably with Dementia/memory problems In Daily Life. Dr Marie Polley is pleased to be Co-Investigator for this project and be part of this project which over the next few years will understand what current practice for social prescribing and people living with dementia is, and develop and test a social prescribing specific social prescribing model to support people living with dementia.

Are you an organisation that is supporting people living with dementia as part of a social prescribing pathway? We would love to hear more about your service. Please contact Marie at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
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