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News feature: Are architects doing enough to tackle dementia?

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This is a hugely welcome and timely contribution to the discussion of an important topic. The design of the built environment - interiors and exteriors, public and private - can place massive obstacles for the ability of people with dementia to live well and take part in their communities. 3 of the design professionals mentioned in the article and many more - as well as people living with the condition - will be speaking at a national conference Doing Dementia Design at Liverpool John Moores University on 14/15 September, organised by non-profit Liverpool Dementia Action Alliance www.doingdementiadesign.com

Posted date

1 May, 2017

Posted time

1:31 pm

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