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Old 04-27-2012, 06:20 AM
 
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A good article on helping people with Dementia.

BBC News - Bakewells and dogs vs dementia

"The drifting smells of a Bakewell tart, guide dogs for the mind and hi-tech wristbands could all have a future in helping people with dementia.
They are some of the winners of a competition by the Design Council and the Department of Health to develop new ideas in care.
The winners are all prototypes, but the aim is to produce them on a mass scale.
David Cameron has described dementia as a "national crisis" which affects 800,000 people in the UK."
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