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A visit to De Hogeweyk: What can we learn from the Dutch dementia village in developing a model to reduce disability in dementia?

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In this upcoming talk, I will present my visit to De Hogeweky, the famous dementia village in Weesp, Netherland, and incorporate it into the model that I am developing to reduce disability in dementia. I hope to use this talk to discuss ideas, discover further research areas, and explore collaborative opportunities. Feedback is encouraged and welcomed.

Wei-Ying Chou is a doctoral candidate at the Engineering Design Centre supervised by Professor P John Clarkson. As a healthcare design researcher with a medical background, her doctoral work focuses on exploring the feasibility of applying design knowledge in dementia care, to enhance care experience, patient/staff’s health and well-being.

This talk is part of the Engineering Design Centre Seminars series.

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