Making small changes to your premises can make a big difference and impact on improving accessibility for people with dementia.
Some, such as clear signs and lighting, can be done at minimal cost; others will involve some investment, and should be considered as budgets allow, and when replacing fittings.
Use this checklist to have a good look round the public areas in your building. For example, remember to check corridors leading to the toilet. People may go in following the signs, but not remember which door they came in by. A simple ‘WAY OUT’ sign on that internal door will help.
https://dementiafriendlybath.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/treasure-hunt-e1555281119871.jpg16481590Sarah Williamshttps://dementiafriendlybath.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/logofinal-1030x316.pngSarah Williams2019-04-14 22:17:262019-04-14 22:37:56DAA Treasure Hunt.. Come and support the DAA by doing a fun Treasure Hunt..
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