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References

Books

Brummett, W. (1997). The Essence of Home: design solutions for assisted living housing. Van Nostrand Reinhold

Calkins, M. P. (2001) Creating Successful Dementia Care Settings: Volume 1: Understanding the Environment through Aging Senses, Volume 2: Maximizing Cognitive and Functional Abilities, Volume 3: Minimizing Disruptive Behaviours, Volume 4: Enhancing Identity and Sense of Home. The Maple Press Co.

Calkins, M. P. (1988) Design for Dementia, Planning Environments for the Elderly and the Confused, National Health Publishing

Cantley, C., Wilson, R.C. (2002) Put yourself in my place: Designing and managing care homes for people with dementia, The Policy Press in association with JRF

Cohen, U., & Weisman, G. (1991). Holding onto Home: Designing Environments for People with Dementia. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press

Fleming. R., Forbes, I., Bennett. K., (2003). Adapting the Ward for People with Dementia. Sydney, The Hammond Group.

Hodges, L., Bridge, C., Chaudhary, K. (2006). The Home Modification Information Clearinghouse Project team; Dementia Design Guidelines: Home and Community Care Capotal Works Program. The University of Sydney (Faculties of health science and architecture)

Martin. F, (1992) Every House You’ll Ever Need: A Design Guide for Barrier Free Housing. Published by Edinvar Housing Association Limited

Mitchell. L., Burton, E., (2006) Inclusive Urban Design: Streets for Life. Architectural Press - Elisevier

Journals

Author Unknown. (2003). A Matter of Preference. Professional Social Work December 2003.

Grealy. J., Garbutt. Michael., (2006) Sensitive Design Meets Architecture Needs. H&H Aged Care, Dementia Design December 2005/January 200

Mitchell. L., Burton, E., (2006) Quality in Aging – Policy, practice and research. Volume 7 Issue 1 March. Pavillion Publishing 2006

Mitchell. L., Burton, E., (2006) Neighbourhoods for Life: Designing Dementia Friendly Outdoor Environments. Quality in Ageing- policy, practice and research, Volume 7 Issue 1 March 2006, Pavilion Publishing

Pallister. M., (2003) Architecture With Care. Journal of Dementia Care. July/Aug 2003

Sarre. J., (2007) Dignity Through Design: How Architecture Can Make A Difference. Working With Older People June 2007 Volume 2 Issue 2. Pavilion Journals (Brighton) Ltd.

Web Pages

Alzheimer’s Association Australia. (2000). At Home with Dementia: The environment and Dementia
www.alzheimers.org.au

Ambient Kitchen – Culture Lab, Newcastle University, Patrick oliver
culturelab.ncl.ac.uk/ambientkitchen/

An Introduction to Inclusive Design, CEBE Special Interest Group in Inclusive Design
cebe.cf.ac.uk

EDeaN European Design for all e-accessibility Network
www.education.edean.org

Olivier, P. (2007). Ambient Kitchen – Home, Culture Lab- Newcastle culturelab.ncl.ac.uk/ambientkitchen/

Sensory Trust
www.sensorytrust.org.uk

The Helen Hamlyn Centre
www.hhc.rca.ac.uk

Wherton, J., Monk, A (2006) Designing Cognitive Supports for Dementia
www.sigaccess.org/newsletter/sept06/Sept06_08.pdf

Case Studies

EAC Housing Options for Older People
www.housingcare.org

Springboig Avenue, Supported Housing for People with Dementia
www.glasgowarchitecture.co.uk/springboig.htm

Collective Architecture
www.collectivearchitecture.com

Alzheimers Scotland
www.alzscot.org

Care home Information
www.carehome.co.uk

Iris Murdoch Building Summary
www.burnettpollock.co.uk

Dementia Services Development Centre
www.dementia.stir.ac.uk

Robert Potter & Partners
www.rppweb.com

South Lanarkshire Council
www.southlanarkshire.gov.uk

Sound Samples

The Free Sound Project
freesound.iua.upf.edu

Door Knock: kemitix
Clock: cynical
Pouring Boiling Water: PercyDuke
Shuffling Cards: thereelfryboy
April 2004 Garden Birds: Jakeharri
Footsteps: WIM
Walk: CeraSea
Street Sound: BristolStories
Side Street: inchadney

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