Annmarie shares 7 ways to create dementia-friendly spaces for Tomorrow’s Care magazine

June 2018 · 10 min read

Annmarie, our manager at Moat Hills centre in Doncaster, and her team, have worked with the people we support to create dementia-friendly spaces, both inside and out, at the centre.

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Annmarie explains how they created a space to be enjoyed by all for this month’s Tomorrow’s Care magazine.

“It was important to create an environment that could be enjoyed by everyone, and that meant giving everyone who uses our service a say in what they wanted to see in their centre.” Said Annmarie.

The result is a colourful, atmospheric space with dementia-friendly signs and décor, and a blooming garden where people can tend to plants, then sit back and enjoy the fruits of their labour.

Annemarie has put together her 7 simple and cost-effective tips for creating a dementia-friendly environment.

Read them here.



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