Design Support for People Living with Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Forms of Dementia
The built environment plays a key role in the care of people living with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. A carefully designed memory support setting is a crucial complement to specialized therapies and programs. By embedding cues within the environment and providing opportunities for authentic experiences, we can engage people living with dementia based on what they can do versus their limitations.
Memory Support Design: Caring for People Living with Dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Dignity & Design: Creating memory support spaces that honor the resident begins with listening.
The Silent Partner: Within the team of family, caregivers, and clinicians is a crucial partner – the space in which individuals live.
Thoughtful Design: Interior design strategies to support people living with dementia.
LiveWell ‐ Center for Resilient Living and River Homes
Legacy Place – Faith‐Based Memory Support Small House