As it was World Delirium Awareness Day on March 16th, we’ve got a special focus on delirium in this edition of our bulletin.

In this edition you can read about:


  • Delirium can be safely managed in the community through implementation of a community toolkit: a proof-of-concept pilot study
  • Community delirium toolkit and resources
  • Hospital delirium toolkit and resources
  • Languages are not a barrier when supporting people with delirium in the community
  • Positive scores on the 4AT delirium assessment tool at hospital admission are linked to mortality, length of stay and home time: two-centre study of 82,770 emergency admissions
  • Dementia United and colleagues from Greater Manchester all contributed to the success of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine delirium study day
  • Free delirium Zine workshop
  • World Delirium Awareness Day

You can also find out more about:

  • Dementia Care Pathway
  • Living well with dementia in Greater Manchester: join us, we need each other
  • Dementia United have supported the development of a new national best practice guide for memory assessment services
  • Music in Mind: Manchester Camerata, Social Sense & Anchor

Dementia United Programme Bulletin 14 April 2022