General

5th February 2021

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN FAMILIAR SURROUNDINGS BECOME HARD TO RECOGNISE

There are an estimated 850,000 people living with dementia in the UK, the majority of these are over the age of 65 and living with other […]
6th January 2021

January a time to look back at where we have come from…

Dementia environments have become a crucial part of caring for the elderly  Ten years ago, dementia was seen as part of the ageing process by most […]
17th December 2020
dementia activity

HOW ACTIVITIES CAN HELP REDUCE LENGTH OF STAY AND IMPROVE WELL BEING FOR PATEINTS IN ACUTE HOSPITAL SETTINGS

Engagement in healthcare settings should always be a key factor in ensuring the overall wellbeing of patients and residents, but for people living with dementia, both […]
4th December 2020
dementia activity

Keeping residents entertained

During the early stage of dementia long-term memories are unaffected and by focusing on those memories that are easy to recall you can help keep the […]
6th November 2020
Dementia Inclusive

Dementia inclusive – an environment for everyone

Dementia alone affects 46 million people worldwide, a number likely to grow further as life expectancy continues to increase.  The need for us to improve products […]
5th October 2020
WARD BOARDS NHS

Helping our NHS achieve the outcomes they need.

There are a lot of things that we do to make sure our business will grow. But for the team at Find, the most important things […]
7th September 2020
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FREE checklist to ensure your signage is dementia-friendly.

Finding our way around new surroundings is nothing unusual for most of us and is something we do not give a second thought. We notice the […]
18th August 2020
Dementia Hospital

Is your hospital dementia friendly?

Poorly designed hospital environments that are hard to navigate can affect large numbers of people including patients, their family members, and put unnecessary work on the […]
21st July 2020
Dementia environment

COVID-19 has increased the risk of loneliness, boredom, and depression for people living with dementia.

The COVID-19 crisis has affected the healthcare industry immensely and will permanently reshape how we care for patients and residents. Research has shown that with the […]