New app coming to help improve the environment for people living with dementia

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Posted by DSDC Team, on 7th August
Architects, contractors and building commissioners must consider the design of new buildings if Scotland is to fully support those with dementia, comments Chief Architect Lesley Palmer, in an...
20
Sep
by Ailidh Aikman
An innovative new app could help enhance home and hospital environments for people with dementia – improving patient outcomes and reducing the...
20
Sep
by Ailidh Aikman
The Dementia Services Development Centre’s (DSDC) dementia education training programme has been launched in Stirling for family carers and...
18
Sep
by Henriette Laidlaw
For those people with confusion in hospital a positive outcome following the admission is no different to anyone else. When, in a recent survey, we...
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Sep
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This month I took on one of the biggest challenges of the 17 and one I have been planning since the beginning of the year – the Great Scottish...
12
Sep
by Corinne Greasley-Adams
In May 2017, the University of Stirling and Age Scotland were commissioned by the Life Changes Trust to explore what makes a good life for people as...
07
Sep
by Rachel Miller
Here at The Lowry we’re committed to providing access to the arts for everyone in our community.  In 2016 alone our theatres and galleries...

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