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Digital Pool Level Activity (PAL) Instrument


Dementia is a growing challenge. It is estimated that by 2025, the number of people with dementia in the UK will be more than 1 million. As one of the most important health and social care issues facing the world, continuous post-diagnostic care and support are vital.

With this in mind, QCS is proud to be working with Jackie Pool, a world leading expert in dementia and the founder and creator of the Pool Level Activity (PAL) Instrument.

Working together the PAL Instrument is now free for you to access.

The PAL Instrument uses a strengths-based approach, opposed to where we only focus on the difficulties people with dementia might have and disable them. It contains a valid and reliable assessment tool for assessing the overall level of individual cognitive and functional ability. A PAL Guide that describes how to support the person at that level of ability is produced from the completed assessment. The PAL Instrument is a widely used framework in care settings across the UK and around the world.

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Dementia is a growing challenge. It is estimated that by 2025, the number of people with dementia in the UK will be more than 1 million. As one of the most important health and social care issues facing the world, continuous post-diagnostic care and support are vital.

With this in mind, QCS is proud to be working with Jackie Pool, a world leading expert in dementia and the founder and creator of the Pool Level Activity (PAL) Instrument.

Working together the PAL Instrument is now free for you to access.

The PAL Instrument uses a strengths-based approach, opposed to where we only focus on the difficulties people with dementia might have and disable them. It contains a valid and reliable assessment tool for assessing the overall level of individual cognitive and functional ability. A PAL Guide that describes how to support the person at that level of ability is produced from the completed assessment. The PAL Instrument is a widely used framework in care settings across the UK and around the world.

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