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Designing for dementia. Judith Torrington University of Sheffield School of Architecture EXTRA CARE HOUSING AND DEMENTIA CONFERENCE Tuesday 15th November 2005 Fielder Conference Centre Hatfield. Person factors. Formal support network. meaning. experiences. Social network.

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designing for dementia

Designing for dementia

Judith Torrington

University of Sheffield

School of Architecture

EXTRA CARE HOUSING AND DEMENTIA CONFERENCE

Tuesday 15th November 2005

Fielder Conference Centre Hatfield

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Person factors

Formal supportnetwork

meaning

experiences

Social network

Physical environment

Well-being model

Aspirations

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Everyone is a house with four rooms – a physical, a mental, an emotional and a spiritual. Most of us live in one room most of the time, but unless we go into each room every day, if only to keep it aired, we are not a complete person

Rumer Godden

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Quality of life

Low dependency

safety & health

community

comfort

physical support

High dependency

physical support

choice & control

comfort

personal-isation

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Quality of life

Staff

personalisation

normalness

colour
Colour

to camouflage

to highlight

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Colour

soft co-ordinated colour

pattern free

soothing

absence of glare

matt or satin paint finish

pictures of local landmarks

meaning of space
Meaning of space

It is clear that some residents do not feel ‘at home’ because they worry about paying for their meals when they go into the dining room

..she goes in for her dinner, her tea. “I can’t have any. I haven’t paid for it. I haven’t got any money to pay for it;” they might have done it for 70, 80 years …And now all of a sudden it’s all done for them……(relative).

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Person factors

Formal supportnetwork

meaning

experiences

Social network

Physical environment

Selection and evaluation tool kits

Aspirations

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