Alzheimer’s is not a natural part of ageing. Neuroscientist and author of “Still Alice”, Lisa Genova, reveals research investigating Alzheimer’s and talks about what we can do to help our brains.
At Guild Living, we agree with this sentiment. “Once we understand that someone has been identified as having dementia we can then deal with it in a way that slows it down and allows people to live their best life,” says Eugene Marchese, CEO and founder of Guild Living.
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“We will develop programmes around dementia awareness and incorporate innovative ways of designing communities from wayfinding to cognitive stimulation. This will help to ensure that loneliness doesn’t take over and cause people with dementia to retreat,” says Marchese.