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Posted by Lynsey Hutchinson , on 13th September
Interior design is often thought of as a luxury. For many people, the term ‘Interior Design’ conjures images of high end designers producing opulent interiors for the private homes of...
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Sep
by DSDC Team
Feel free to download the factsheet below and share with friends and colleagues   Download infosheet here  10 Helpful Hints on...
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Sep
by DSDC Team
Feel free to download the factsheet below and share with friends and colleagues   Download infosheet here  10 Helpful Hints on...
26
Sep
by Wendy Perry
Why does it matter if we use antipsychotic medications to address distressed behaviour in people with dementia? When I started my very first job in...
26
Sep
by DSDC Team
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Sep
by James McKillop
Many of you have met or heard about James McKillop, James has been living with dementia for 15 years, and was a founding member of the Scottish...
22
Sep
by James McKillop
Many of you have met or heard about James McKillop, James has been living with dementia for 15 years, and was a founding member of the Scottish...

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