Design

Design for Dementia

Design for Dementia

Edited by Stephen Judd, Mary Marshall and Peter Phippen 

Designing buildings for people with dementia is both an art and a science. Written in 1998, this seminal work features 20 case studies demonstrating both principles. Professionals who are committed to improving the built environment for people with dementia will find this a useful resource.

Talking Murals

Talking Murals

A new book from Professor Mary Marshall OBE, Talking Muralsexplores the potential impact of murals inside spaces where people with dementia live, or may visit. 

 

If you would like to purchase a hardcopy of this paperback book for $7.99 please click here.

Is this OUTSIDE public space dementia-inclusive? A checklist for use by dementia groups

Is this OUTSIDE public space dementia-inclusive? A checklist for use by dementia groups

Has your dementia group been invited to walk round and comment on an outside public space? For example, a shopping centre, park, station or the approach to a public building.

Is this INSIDE public space dementia-inclusive? A checklist for use by dementia groups

Is this INSIDE public space dementia-inclusive? A checklist for use by dementia groups

Has your dementia group been invited to walk round and comment on an outside public space? For example, a shopping centre, park, station or the approach to a public building.

Toilet talk: Accessible design for people with dementia

Toilet talk: Accessible design for people with dementia

Why are public toilets so hard to find and often challenging to use? It's a topic few people want to talk about but one that is vital to the dignity of many older people and people living with dementia.