Memory-Friendly Neighbourhoods

Critical Dementia Network

Memory-Friendly Neighbourhoods

Publication date: 2017
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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.

photos of memories

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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.

View the resources at their website

Further resources on research about living with dementia are available from the Resources section of the main Critical Dementia Network website

To obtain copies in alternative formats or languages
Please write to:
Dementia and Gerontology Research Group, University of Stirling, Stirling. FK9 4LA

Telephone: general number, 01786 473171
Email:
 richard.ward1@stir.ac.uk

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