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Dignity in Care network
Led by the National Dignity Council, Dignity Champions form part of a nationwide network of over 40,000 individuals and organisations who work to put dignity and respect at the heart of UK care services to enable a positive experience of care.
Wear your Dignity in Care badge with pride
We currently have badges in stock but unfortunately due to times of austerity we are sorry to announce that we now need to ask Dignity Champions to pay for their badges.
We are asking for a nominal fee of £1 and a self-addressed envelope.
- Dignity Champion's Toolkit for Action
These pages give you quick ideas of what you can do as a dignity champion
- Dignity Good Practice Framework
This page takes you to a framework where you can find ideas that other dignity champions have tried & tested.
- Useful resources for champions
This page contains all the materials and resources developed for the campaign to help champions in their role
- The Dignity in Practice SCIE guide
This guide contains a wealth of information, advice and other resources to help support organisations to drive up standards of dignity in care.
- Dignity Champions Action Packs
The Dignity Champions Action Packs have been produced to equip Dignity Champions with useful guidance on specific areas of care/legislation. They demonstrate how you can take personal responsibility and play your part in making a difference to someones care experience.
Latest Dignity in Care network News
- National Dignity Council Annual Conference Documents
Presentations and Dignity audits from our National Dignity Council Annual Conference.
- Common core principals
The National Dignity Council undertook some work with Skills for Care to look at how the principles are being used in practice.
- Dignity poem
A dignity champion who observed some poor practice in their workplace was so upset that she wrote the following poem.
- Dementia Friends sessions in your area
Find out about all the great Dementia Friends activities going on around the country and how you can get involved.
- Making health and social care information accessible
NHS England are taking forward work aimed at ensuring that disabled people, service users and carers receive information from health and social care organisations in a format they can understand and that they receive appropriate support to communicate incuding where relevant advocacy support.