Living Well with Dementia report

Report
26/04/2012

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Inside you will find

  • An explanation of the Design Council Challenges process
  • Case study: buddi
  • Case study: Dementia Dog
  • Case study: Grouple
  • Case study: ode
  • Case study: Trading Times

This will interest

  • Anyone interested in our Living Well with Dementia Design Challenge
  • Designers and entrepreneurs interested in creating products and services for people living with dementia
  • Charities and social enterprises working with people living with dementia

This publication was produced to coincide with the public launch of the 5 solutions developed as part of the Living Well Dementia Design Challenge. It explains the challenge process, the ideas developed, and our thoughts on the design process.

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