New app coming to help improve the environment for people living with dementia

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Posted by Henriette Laidlaw, on 12th June
International experts in the design of environments for people with dementia have gathered at the University of Stirling to attend a masterclass hosted by the Dementia Services Development Centre (...
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Jun
by Valerie Nelson
‘Your next of kin is powerless without a Power of Attorney’ so the campaign slogan goes. ‘But I’m my mother’s welfare...
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by Ailidh Aikman
This month I attempted another two challenges, the Colour Me Rad and Race for Life runs. Challenge 6 was Colour Me Rad and alongside my mum and...
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May
by DSDC Team
Laura Paton is taking part in 17 events during 2017 to raise money for the Dementia Services Development Trust. Here is Laura's fourth and fifth...
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Apr
by Henriette Laidlaw
The University of Stirling is leading on a National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) funded project Understanding the outcomes of people with...
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Mar
by Karen Ditlevsen
"Huset Lotte" is a nursing home in Fredriksberg, close to the centre of Copenhagen, Denmark. The home is housed in a purpose built 8 storey...
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Mar
by Ike Kamphof
Can good dementia care and pretence go together? Imagine a care home for people with dementia organised like a neighbourhood. Living units for six to...

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