C are homeworkers who need to wear pajamas during night shifts to help dementia patients understand that it's bedtime, experts said. A staff survey shows that one in 10 already adopts the practice of supporting their residents' sleep patterns.
Nearly six in 10 in 2600 homeowners, managers, and staff surveyed approve of wearing nightwear.
a study by Alzheimer's Research UK shows that more than half of people living in residential care have been affected by dementia, having increased by more than 15 per cent since 201
"We should adapt to people with dementia instead of expecting them to adapt to our lifestyle.
"We have to try and think how they think and imagine walking in their shoes when caring for people with dementia."
However, she announced that the idea had the potential to confused the residents and helped them.
Approximately 850,000 people in the UK suffer from a form of dementia and their number should increase to more than one million by 2025.
means that one in every six people over the age of 80 suffers from an incurable condition. .
Debbie Smith, home manager at Simonsfield Care Home in xxx who tried to go through her pajamas in the evening, said: "The initiative has received a really good response from most residents and we have seen a dramatic improvement in their sleep patterns, so switching is it became constant. "
The SurveyMonkey poll included 2611 homeowners, managers and staff in September,