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An intensive foundation course based on our 'Proven in Practice' research

Learn the fundamentals of designing for dementia in this interactive and intensive two day workshop. 

Perfect for architects, designers and dementia care decision makers - this innovative two day course will be led by experts from the International Design School. Over the course of two days you’ll learn the principles of designing buildings for people living with dementia, strategies for successful design and the tools to turn your design concept into reality.

Core modules will include: 
● Introduction to Dementia and Why Design Matters 
● General Principles For Designing Better Buildings 
● Developing A Brief and Communicating Well

Essential ‘Design Basics’ modules will include:
● Outdoor Spaces 
● Hearing, Sound and the Acoustic Environment 
● Colour and Contrast 
● Signage, Wayfinding and Navigating Spaces 
● Dining and Design 
● Evaluating (Auditing) Environments 
● Models of Care and Integrating Design


Dates

Wed 22 May 2019 - Thu 23 May 2019
Wed 22: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Thu 23: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM


Location

Pallister House, 97-115 River Rd, Greenwich, Sydney NSW


Pricing

AUD $1,800 +GST


Contact

Name The Dementia Centre
Phone +61 (0) 2 8437 7355
Email events@dementia.com.au
Link An intensive foundation course based on our 'Proven in Practice' research



Created 25th February 2019

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