Posted: Wed 14th Jun 2023

Public invited to vote on uniform colour for dementia care workers in North Wales

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Jun 14th, 2023

The dementia care team at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is calling on the public to help decide the colour of uniforms for dementia health care workers across North Wales.

This initiative is designed to enhance recognition of healthcare staff by patients and their families, ensuring better communication and trust.

Healthcare workers in the field of dementia often play a crucial role in the daily lives of patients and their loved ones.

A consistent and recognisable uniform can offer comfort, foster a sense of familiarity, and ensure that interactions with healthcare professionals are more straightforward and less stressful.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is keen to involve the public in this important decision, underlining the shared responsibility in the collective fight against dementia and the role of the community in shaping healthcare services.

[You can vote for your favourite colour at the bottom of the article]

With the public’s assistance, the health board hopes to make dementia healthcare workers easily recognisable and approachable, making a tangible difference in the lives of dementia patients and their families in North Wales.

To have your say in this initiative, simply cast your vote for your preferred uniform colour.

The results of this public poll will directly influence the choice of uniform colour for all dementia support workers in North Wales.

Click here to vote

 

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