Tag Archives: Dementia-Proofing

Practical Guide to Dementia-Friendly Environments: the Access Audit (Innovations in Dementia)

Summary Innovations in Dementia (ID) have produced a quick checklist on how to perform an audit with the aim of making buildings more suitable for people with dementia. The “access audit” includes an assessment of how persons with dementia typically … Continue reading

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Housing Solutions for Dementia (National Housing Federation / University of Stirling’s DSDC)

Summary Suitably adapted housing can contribute to the support of people living with dementia. The “Dementia: finding housing solutions”, written by University of Stirling’s Dementia Services Development Centre, examines the potential roles of housing associations in helping people with dementia to … Continue reading

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Holistic Approaches and Environmental Design in Dementia Care (Foundations: Glossop, UK)

Summary This article outlines an alternative approach to the support of individuals with dementia to live independently and safely in their own homes. The approach makes use of environmental design and non-drug-based interventions. This holistic approach is designed to improve … Continue reading

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