2/9/2015 – Fully Equipped Village Allows Dementia Patients To Lead Normal, Independent Lives

Feb 09, 2015 Comments Off by

A Dutch village allows patients with dementia to live their lives normally while also receiving proper care.

From the outside, Hogewey, located in the Netherlands, seems like any other village. It has a small grocery store, a theater and various restaurants and shops. But its residents all have dementia, and the town itself is actually a care facility. It was created with the aim to offer people with the disease care while giving them autonomy in their lives.

Read the full article at Huffington Post.

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