Tag Archives: Dementia Friendly Indoor Environments

NHS Involvement in Health Housing / Healthy New Towns (BBC News / NHS England)

Summary Ten new housing developments in England will be designed with an eye to encouraging healthy and independent living, obesity reduction and dementia friendly signage. Full Text Link Reference NHS to help create ‘healthy new towns’. London: BBC Health News, … Continue reading

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Building a Dementia Inclusive Society: Highlights From Recent Bupa UK Webinar (Bupa UK / DigitasLBi)

Summary The “Building a Dementia Friendly Society” webinar, hosted by Bupa UK, held on Tuesday October 20th 2015, arrived at the following conclusions: While the focus in the UK is on building a dementia-friendly society, we need to start thinking … Continue reading

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Building a Dementia Friendly Society Webinar (Bupa UK)

Summary A “Building a Dementia Friendly Society” webinar, hosted by Bupa UK, takes place on Tuesday October 20th 2015, between 11am – 12pm. Full Text Link Reference Making the UK a dementia friendly society – a webinar. [Online]: Bupa UK, … Continue reading

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Local Dementia Friendly Communities: Guidance for Councils (LGA)

Summary Guidance has been released by the Local Government Association (LGA), in collaboration with the Innovations in Dementia community interest company, which explains the responsibility of councils in helping to support people with dementia through the creation of local dementia … Continue reading

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Information Resources on the Links Between Housing and Dementia (Housing LIN)

Summary The Housing Learning and Improvement Network produces and updates several sets (or showcases) of information resources about the potential roles of housing in helping people to live well with dementia. “Research suggests that as many as 30% of residents … Continue reading

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Foundation Guidelines for Dementia Friendly Communities (North East Dementia Alliance)

Summary This report, commissioned by the North East Dementia Alliance, might be considered a handbook for people involved in the development of dementia friendly communities. It attempts to identify how dementia friendly communities might be created, covering the core aims … Continue reading

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