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Dementia Dogs Trained to Comfort and Assist Owners (BBC Scotland)

Summary Dementia Dogs have been reported to reduce anxiety, depression and distress in people with early-stage dementia. Early trials in Scotland indicate that such pets can also be trained to help people in more practical ways; for example by reminding people … Continue reading

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Living Well With Dementia: Design Challenge (Design Council)

Summary The Design Council, in partnership with the Department of Health, held a competition to encourage the development of five innovative ideas for products and services which should “make lives simpler, better and more enjoyable for those with dementia and … Continue reading

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