New app to help improve the environment for people living with dementia

IRIDIS

 

Empowering people - Changing lives Now with 20 University credits at level 8

News and Views

Posted by Ailidh Aikman, on 20th March
From 25th May 2018 the laws around data protection and the use of personal data by organisations is changing.  The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaces the current Data...
06
Jun
by Grant Gibson
Technology is increasingly being seen as a tool to help people living with dementia.  A wide variety of devices are currently available, either...
06
Jun
by
On April 17th, 2017 something terrible happened to someone I love, and on that day I became a carer.  This was also the day I lost my voice....
05
Jun
by Henriette Laidlaw
We need your help. We are in the process of developing a standardised treatment and management plan for people with confusion in hospital. (By...
05
Jun
by DSDC Guest
My late husband Frankie and I began the Frank’s Law campaign in 2013. He had been diagnosed with dementia aged 59, and it was during his...
17
May
by DSDC Team
21 – 27 May is Dementia Action Week. This is a great opportunity to improve the everyday lives for people living with dementia. You can do many...
17
May
by DSDC Guest
I recently undertook my Master's Degree field work component in Kenya. As part of the research, I interviewed carers supporting people with...

On Twitter

RT : . interviewed Lesley Palmer on ‘Designing for #Dementia’. Good #design, acoustics and lighting can make a… https://t.co/1VwYjuEaaX
4 hours 2 min ago

Most Visited

The Virtual Care Home is an online resource that demonstrates dementia-friendly design in care...

This course intends to redress the balance between dementia care and dementia design by...

Books and Resources

Our Amazon Shop provides easy access to books, publications, study guides...

Why DSDC?

For over 25 years DSDC’s multidisciplinary team of clinical specialists,...

In the Media

Best Practice in Dementia Care for Emergency Department Staff