Tag Archives: Sightloss and Dementia

Living Spaces for People Living With Dementia and Sight Loss (University of Stirling and Thomas Pocklington Trust)

Summary Research from Stirling University, published by the Thomas Pocklington Trust, shows that good design of living spaces can improve the lives of people living with two common conditions which often occur together: dementia and sight loss. Evidence-based guidelines have … Continue reading

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SCIE Dementia Gateway: Dementia and Sensory Loss (SCIE)

Summary A section about “Dementia and Sensory Loss” has been added to the SCIE Dementia Gateway. The main topic headings in this particular section comprise: Introduction: On the challenges of living with both dementia and sensory loss. Sight Loss. Hearing … Continue reading

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Guide for Customer-Facing Staff on Helping People with Dementia (Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary Small actions can make a real difference when serving customers with dementia. This booklet from the Alzheimer’s Society provides guidance for staff employed in customer service roles on how to support people with dementia encountered in their work. This … Continue reading

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Dementia and Sight Loss (RNIB Scotland / Alzheimer Scotland)

Summary “People with dementia, the condition that can erode memory and mental capability, may also suffer sight loss that goes undetected. The problem is compounded by the fact that they are often unable to communicate it while their carers and … Continue reading

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