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2. The Presenters . Martin Sims, Ward manager, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust.Helen Foster, Occupational Therapist, Oxleas.Melanie Place, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Oxleas.. 3. The Plan. Resonance, a useful concept?The Afternoon Tea Group, a brief description.A Look at the Factors involved i

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**1. **Resonance Trying to understand why a psychosocial group on an acute dementia ward is successful

**2. **2 The Presenters Martin Sims, Ward manager, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust.
Helen Foster, Occupational Therapist, Oxleas.
Melanie Place, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Oxleas.

**3. **3 The Plan Resonance, a useful concept?
The Afternoon Tea Group, a brief description.
A Look at the Factors involved in the change in the group.

**4. **4 Resonance If you push a child on a swing at the right moment your effort is very effective. This is because you are in resonance with the swing.
In older peoples services where resources are stretched it is encouraging to be aware that multi-disciplinary effort added together in the right way can produce bigger than expected outcomes.
Understanding why this resonance has been achieved may help future planning.

**5. **5 The Afternoon Tea Group Description:
Aims:
What it was like at the outset.
What it is like now.

**6. **6 Is this group working?Comments from Relatives Ive had quality time with my Mum today which I didnt think I would ever have again.
He smiled when the lady thanked him- he was so well behaved. I think he thought he was in a tea rooms or something
Its the first time in a long while I have seen him drink from a normal cup

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