New research from the Dementia Services Development Centre has explored how the healing qualities of lighting may benefit those with dementia.
Diagnosis of dementia has been rising for years now. 15% of all people over the age of 80 suffer with dementia.
Due to our aging population, we believe it is essential to prepare care environments with all the facts to ensure the future is bright for those with dementia.
Healing qualities of light
Our team of experts carefully considers light when considering any care home refurbishment. Their key thoughts are on well lit rooms and attractive fittings.
Well lit areas have been shown to reduce the likelihood of slips and trips. Lighting can also be perceived differently from one person to another
Enhance the view
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Due to this resp
Designing for Dining
We explore why the design of dining rooms and the products used in them is crucial to supporting people living with dementia.
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Fitting Roman blinds