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Barunga Village, the Port Broughton-based village has been named as Australia’s first accredited provider of the ground-breaking dementia care program – the Butterfly Household Model of Care. To read the full article please click here 

Making Moments Matter: 'Butterfly model sees positive results'. To read a recent article published in the Australian Journal of Dementia Care, by Kerry Schelks, Managing Editor regarding the positive outcomes of The Butterfly Model of Care at two of The Salvation Army Aged Care Plus Homes: Mountain View Aged Care Plus Centre, Narrabundah and The Cairns Aged Care Plus Centre, Chapel Hill, Queensland, please click here.

Please click here to view The Vital Beat Newsletter, January 2017 containing an article about Villa Marie, Covenant Care, Red Deer, Alberta.

Read the latest article from Convenant Care - Villa Marie 17th December 2015 Click here

Louise S (2016) Breaking Down Barriers: The Butterfly Home® Pilot Project

Gaelick K (2015) Peace of Mind: Model of dementia care accepts and embraces people’s reality.  Alberta RN. Vol. 71. No.3. Fall 2015. Canada.

Budd H (2015) Dementia Innovator Sees Key Role for LPN’s.  Care Vol.29 Issue 3, 2015 Canada.

Kronyk R (2015) Dementia Metamorphosis: a new model in long-term care is transforming the way we take care of people with a dementia. Edmonton Senior 2015. Canada

Haynes K (2015) Changing the Culture of Care. Stony Lane Reporter/Grove Examiner. 2015 Alberta. Canada.

Sheard DM (2015) Feelings Matter Most in Dementia Care. Australian Ageing Agendas. May/June 2015.

Sheard DM (2015) Real culture change: the Butterfly Care Homes experience. Australian Journal of Dementia Care. Vol.4. No.2. April/May 2015.

Bernadette DeSantis (2009) Dementia Care in the UK: The pursuit of a person-centred dementia care philosophy

Bernadette DeSantis (2014) The 'Butterfly' approach as it applies to culture change and person centred care