Dementia

As part of Dementia Action Week, the Alzheimers Society is calling for reform of the social care system, to better provide and protect those supporting people living with dementia (more detail can

In the last in our series of guest blogs about inclusive design for dementia, Dawn Linnie at Age UK Tameside gives the perspective of a dementia support worker, highlighting the im

In the third in our series of guest blogs about inclusive design for dementia, Robert Needham, Chair of Age UK Tameside, outlines the needs and responsibilities of a community cent

In the second in our series of guest blogs about inclusive design for dementia, Lynsey Hutchinson, Senior Interior Designer at the Dementia Services Development Centre, University of Stirli

In the first in our series of guest blogs about inclusive design for dementia, Maria Morgan, Product Manager at Gradus, reflects on our long history of work in the healthcare secto

The healthcare sector is under greater strain than at any point in living memory.

Marks World Alzheimer’s Day

This year The Alzheimer’s Society would like us all to think about how we can be dementia friendly.

We teamed up with Groundwork UK for a second time to create a dementia-friendly garden at Age UK, Tameside.

Earlier this year, the Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) created the first industry bulletin (titled Products for Dementia) which recognises a new paradigm in dementia design.

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