How to make a sensory room for people living with dementia: a guide book
- Publisher: Kingston University
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This guide offers advice on best practice regarding the engagement of residents living with dementia in daily activities that support their health and sense of wellbeing.\ud Our aim is to equip carers, care workers and staff in care homes with ideas and materials in order to provide multi sensory spaces and stimulation appropriate for people living with dementia (in particular mid and late stages). We also offer guidance on the design of sensory spaces to meet the specific needs and preferences of individuals, their families and care homes.
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