BRE Dementia Home Virtual Visit

BRE Dementia Home Virtual Visit - 8th December

 

Dementia is a growing challenge for both Finland and the UK.

Around 850,000 people in the UK currently have dementia, and the number of people with dementia is predicted to double in the next 30 years. Finland has one of the oldest populations in Europe, and around 14,500 people are diagnosed with a dementing disease each year.

How do we plan and deliver services for the rapidly growing elderly population, and adapt services to manage the rising challenge of dementia?

BRE Trust have built a demonstration home for those living with dementia, which presents evidence-based design, adaptation and support solutions.

The Department for International Trade, British Embassy in Helsinki and BRE Trust are proud to invite you to visit the BRE Dementia Home. In addition to the virtual visit, our speakers will share their insights and take your questions – to set the foundation for collaboration and knowledge-sharing between Finland and the UK.

You will hear from:

  • Julie Taylor, DIT’s Healthy Ageing Specialist
  • Architect Bill Halsall talking about the transfer of learning from Loughborough and Liverpool John Moores University into the design and build of the dementia Demonstrator.
  • Panel Q&A involving Architect Bill Halsall, Professor Malcolm Cooke from Loughborough University and Dr Robert Macdonald from Liverpool John Moores University.

Please register your participation HERE by 7 Dec, and join us on the 8th December from 14.00 Finnish Time / 12.00 UK Time.

Registration link also below:

https://www.lyyti.in/Dementia_Home_Virtual_Visit_2570

 

Read More About the Dementia House Project Here