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Creating dementia friendly environments - London

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The Crypt on the Green

St James Clerkenwell

Clerkenwell Close

London

EC1R 0EA

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Johnstone's Trade are taking their highly popular "creating dementia friendly environments" seminar to the North East of England.

The seminar is perfect for asset, property or estate managers from within a broad range of organisations including NHS, social housing and care providers. It will also provide a fantastic overview for architects, designers and main contractors who would like to know more about dementia friendly design and how it could be implemented in current and future projects.

This event was hosted in Wigan in 2016 and was attended by over 200 delegates - full details to this event can be found via this link - http://www.johnstonestrade.com/who-we-are/news/johnstone-s-holds-seminar-on-dementia-friendly-des

This FREE half day seminar will cover a wide range of topics which if followed correctly should create an enhanced environment for those living with dementia. There will be a range of expert speakers in attendance talking about how their products and services create "dementia friendly environments". Subject to final confirmation topics covered will include :-

  1. Flooring - Polyflor

  2. Wall coverings & paint - Johnstone's Paint

  3. Fabrics - Panaz

  4. Furniture & Interior Design - David Phillips

  5. Level Access Shower Design - Impey Wetrooms

  6. Signage & Orientation - Find Signage

  7. External Spaces & Garden design - Innovative Dementia Care Consultancy

  8. Dementia Design in Practise - Pozzoni Architecture

Doors will open at 9.30am for registration with the seminar starting promptly at 10am. A buffet lunch will be provided for all attendees and close for around 2pm.

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