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The HOPE Dementia Support group has a series of trail maps for people with dementia and their families across Clark County. The organization recently created its third map of the Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge.
The Tideview Terrace Home for Special Care in Digby is looking more like home these days. Some True Doors – decorative door decals that look like the real thing – have been installed in the home with plans to install 72 more.
‘Minds in Motion’ offers fun physical and social activities for people living with dementia and their care partners
Minds in Motion is a social and physical activity program for people living with early to mid-stage dementia and their care partners.
Rethinking the urban physical environment for century-long lives: from age-friendly to longevity-ready cities
Wang et al (2021)
Compared with strategies aimed largely at accommodating older populations, longevity-ready cities would aim to reduce the sources of disadvantages across the life course and simultaneously improve the well-being of older people.
Do you know how best to talk to or support someone living with dementia? This video highlights a real situation anyone could encounter while out in the community. We can all help. Be patient, listen and reassure.
“It Is Part of Belonging”: Walking Groups to Promote Social Health amongst People Living with Dementia
Robertson et al. (2020)
This article applies the framework of social health as a theoretical lens through which to consider how inclusive walking groups can facilitate access to places and spaces to support people with dementia to remain connected in their communities.
CBC Radio (2019)
As waitlists for care facilities grow longer and more people with dementia are choosing to live within their own communities, urban planning and design will play an increasingly important role in helping them live safe, comfortable and independent lives
People with dementia attending farm-based day care in Norway – Individual and farm characteristics associated with participants’ quality of life
Ibsen et al. (2019)
The strong association between quality of life and spending time outdoors underscores that facilitation for outdoor activity should be prioritized in all types of dementia care.