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Tom Grey looks at the role played by the built environment

We are constantly surrounded by the built environment and the design of this can play a huge role for all of us.

We are constantly surrounded by the built environment and the design of this can play a huge role in terms of health, wellbeing, and inclusion, particularly for those who live with dementia. Tom Grey takes a look at the role the built environment plays.

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Dementia Inclusive Hospitals from a Universal Design Approach

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