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PROMOTION iowts Where is your front door? For many people living with dementia the ability to have free access to outside spaces is essential to their well-being. So why are so many care home residents essentially locked in? and domestic animals, and paths THE FRONT DOOR IS THE GARDEN GATE When we designed our new community for people living with the earlier stages of dementia we consulted with the experts at the Dementia Centre at Stirling University. One of their principals came to visit us to discuss our plans. THE SIMPLE PLEASURES OF LIFE that allow residents in both of our two communities to go for a stroll and visit the community next door. There Fresh air, the sound of birds, the trickle of water, the colours and are shady corners and benches, and generous lawns. In summer many of our activities such as art, live music, fragrance of flowers, the dappled shade of a big tree, your cat chasing the squirrels. Perhaps most of all, the ability to simply lift your eyes to the horizon and feel part of the world and Tai Chi take place in the gardens. As we showed him round he made a IS IT SAFE? Why would we ever want to make very interesting observation. "Ihave Resident safety is often raised as do without these simple pleasures of life? a reason for restricting access to the outside spaces and this also concerned us initially. But we found that with thoughtful design and appropriate staffing levels our sidents are perfectly able to use the gardens safely. Some of our more active residents use the garden independently while others use them safely with the support of carers visited hundreds of care homes. This is the first one where the garden gate Peer de Groot is a principar at Dementia Cane Devon which operates me Coftage and Lodge at ose Lodge, fwo smal communities for people ving with Dement is the front door THE GARDENS AT ROSE LODGE. TOP 20 dsdc At Rose Lodge our residents have access to the gardens. There are generous terraces just outside the lounges, an allotment garden with raised beds, a fish pond, dove cotes .CAREHOME wwwhome.c Ce Gold Award Rose Lodge, 2 Isca Road, Exmouth, Devon EX8 2EZ Outstanding 2016 CareQuality Commission 01395 227071 www.roselodgecarehome.co.uk Blog & dementia info: www.dementiacaredevon.co.uk PROMOTION iowts Where is your front door? For many people living with dementia the ability to have free access to outside spaces is essential to their well-being. So why are so many care home residents essentially locked in? and domestic animals, and paths THE FRONT DOOR IS THE GARDEN GATE When we designed our new community for people living with the earlier stages of dementia we consulted with the experts at the Dementia Centre at Stirling University. One of their principals came to visit us to discuss our plans. THE SIMPLE PLEASURES OF LIFE that allow residents in both of our two communities to go for a stroll and visit the community next door. There Fresh air, the sound of birds, the trickle of water, the colours and are shady corners and benches, and generous lawns. In summer many of our activities such as art, live music, fragrance of flowers, the dappled shade of a big tree, your cat chasing the squirrels. Perhaps most of all, the ability to simply lift your eyes to the horizon and feel part of the world and Tai Chi take place in the gardens. As we showed him round he made a IS IT SAFE? Why would we ever want to make very interesting observation. "Ihave Resident safety is often raised as do without these simple pleasures of life? a reason for restricting access to the outside spaces and this also concerned us initially. But we found that with thoughtful design and appropriate staffing levels our sidents are perfectly able to use the gardens safely. Some of our more active residents use the garden independently while others use them safely with the support of carers visited hundreds of care homes. This is the first one where the garden gate Peer de Groot is a principar at Dementia Cane Devon which operates me Coftage and Lodge at ose Lodge, fwo smal communities for people ving with Dement is the front door THE GARDENS AT ROSE LODGE. TOP 20 dsdc At Rose Lodge our residents have access to the gardens. There are generous terraces just outside the lounges, an allotment garden with raised beds, a fish pond, dove cotes .CAREHOME wwwhome.c Ce Gold Award Rose Lodge, 2 Isca Road, Exmouth, Devon EX8 2EZ Outstanding 2016 CareQuality Commission 01395 227071 www.roselodgecarehome.co.uk Blog & dementia info: www.dementiacaredevon.co.uk

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