Tag Archives: Dementia-Friendly Communities at the Technological Level

Helping People With Dementia to Stay at Home (Housing LIN / DHWG / Halsall Lloyd Partnership)

Summary Earlier research indicated 85% of people would wish to remain at home for as long as possible when given a diagnosis of dementia. A report published last month covers how housing providers (social housing providers in particular) might support … Continue reading

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Dementia-Friendly Housing Charter (Housing LIN / Housing and Care 21 / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary Research indicates that 85% of people wish to stay at home as long as possible after a dementia diagnosis. Currently a third of people would not know where to find information on making their homes more dementia-friendly. The Dementia-Friendly … Continue reading

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Dementia-Friendly Technology Charter (Department of Health / Dementia Challenge / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary The Dementia-Friendly Technology Charter, developed as one part of the Dementia Friendly Communities component of the Prime Minister’s Dementia Challenge, is about ensuring people with dementia benefit from the many forms of new technology created with their interests in … Continue reading

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