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Reducing unhelpful stimulation

Reducing unhelpful stimulation

At Group Homes Australia, we believe that the environment is a contributing therapeutic factor for someone living with dementia. If the environment is too big, it can be overstimulating and disabling, causing the person living with dementia to feel vulnerable. Whereas...

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Creating a familiar place

Creating a familiar place

At Group Homes Australia, we believe that the environment is a contributing therapeutic factor for someone living with dementia. If the environment is too big, it can be overstimulating and disabling, causing the person living with dementia to feel vulnerable. Whereas...

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Allowing people to see and be seen

Allowing people to see and be seen

At Group Homes Australia, we believe that the environment is a contributing therapeutic factor for someone living with dementia. If the environment is too big, it can be overstimulating and disabling, causing the person living with dementia to feel vulnerable. Whereas...

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Providing a human scale

Providing a human scale

At Group Homes Australia, we believe that the environment is a contributing therapeutic factor for someone living with dementia. If the environment is too big, it can be overstimulating and disabling, causing the person living with dementia to feel vulnerable. Whereas...

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When is the right time to move into care?

When is the right time to move into care?

Founder and Co-CEO of Group Homes Australia, Tamar Krebs, shares her thoughts on understanding the right time to move into care, and some tips to plan for an ageing journey with your loved one. When is the right time to move into care? There is no right or wrong...

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5 tips for interacting with someone living with dementia

5 tips for interacting with someone living with dementia

When it comes to dementia, interacting can be challenging. Everyone wants to connect, and being able to stay engaged with people living with dementia is essential. To share this connection, someone needs to change how we have a conversation. And it’s easier for the...

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