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Successful Dementia Village on a Government Budget

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How should governments help us spend the last years of life? In a sterile institution or in an easy-walking village with a supermarket, pub, theater and park? Journey to Hogeweyk for a glimpse at government-funded care based on freedom, meaning and social life.


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1 year ago

I am commenting on the dementia village. Video on this page.
U.K In our care homes dementia residents have the least freedom. Kept herded together to be able to manage them. At prices like £1,000 a week per reisident,a dementia village should be easily be affordable. But i feel that in the UK we will be waiting until doomsday for such facilties
to become available, let alone the norm.

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