Improving the design of housing to assist people with dementia

The Dementia Centre
Publication date: 2013 
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Most people with dementia live in the community, initially with the help of relatives and friends, and latterly with support from health and social work. As a result, people with dementia live in all types of housing. The design of their house or apartment will mean that many people with dementia will struggle.

This popular booklet offers solutions to a lot of the common design challenges and is mainly aimed at relatives and friends.

How to view a copy
To view this document online please click here
Telephone: 01786 467 740
E-mail: dementia@stir.ac.uk

To obtain a copy in an alternative format or language
Please write to:
The Dementia Services Development Centre
Iris Murdoch Building
University of Stirling
Stirling
FK9 4LA

Telephone: 01786 467740
Email: dementia@stir.ac.uk

 

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