Monthly Archives: April 2016

Forget me Not Ward redesign has led to improved dementia care in Warrington

Debra Carberry, nurse specialist for older people at Warrington and Halton NHS Foundation Trust, has seen how imaginative changes in the hospital environment have helped improved dementia care by cheering, calming and consoling patients with dementia. Here she describes how a ward at Warrington Hospital has been refurbished following a successful bid from the King’s Fund… […]

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  • 26 April 2016

Pioneering dementia design improves healthcare environments

A Bradford company leading the way in innovative design is expanding its range of specialist dementia friendly products for the healthcare industry.Signage and graphics company, New Vision, were first commissioned by Bradford Royal Infirmary back in 2012 to create bespoke wall murals and display graphics for a groundbreaking project to transform 2 acute elderly care […]

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  • 22 April 2016

Lincoln Golf Centre praised in Parliament for helping people with dementia

Last November Lincoln Golf Centre became the UK’s first recognised ‘dementia friendly golf club’ when, following work with the Alzheimer’s Society, it began using golf to tailor a physical, mental and social stimulation service to each dementia client. Lincoln MP, Karl McCartney Feedback from clients has been overwhelmingly positive, and Lincoln MP, Karl McCartney, praised […]

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  • 20 April 2016
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