Dementia gardens for the 21st Century

Posted on April 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

By TIM LYNCH, head of practice, Tim Lynch Associates. Tel: 01225 865866

As dementia/Alzheimer’s becomes an ever increasing topic of concern and discussion, highlighted by the 3rd National Dementia Conference in October held in Bournemouth, all nursing home operators will have to consider this carefully when operating a home for elderly people.

The need to care for this growing group will greatly increase and so will the quality of the environment that such sufferers will need to stay in.


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