Publication date: 2017
The Memory-Friendly Neighbourhoods (MFN) programme ran in two phases between 2014 and 2017.
They focused first, on what makes a good, lifelong, inclusive neighbourhood for a person whose life is affected by dementia. Then they turned to the idea of creating a ‘virtual neighbourhood’, looking at how people living with dementia use and navigate online environments.
Funded by the Scottish Universities Insight Institute (SUII), MFN was a collaboration between research centres at the Universities of Stirling and Edinburgh – led by Dr Richard Ward (Stirling) and Máire Cox (Edinburgh). The Memory-Friendly online platform is a product of the original project and takes forward its core aim of helping to make the Scottish National Dementia Strategy a liveable reality.
Further resources on research about living with dementia are available from the Resources section of the main Critical Dementia Network website
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Dementia and Gerontology Research Group, University of Stirling, Stirling. FK9 4LA
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