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Ma k i ng s e c u r i t y mo re A


s a security professional, you can make a difference to those with dementia by understanding more about the condition so you can recognise it and make small dementia-friendly changes.


What is dementia?


Two thirds of people with dementia still live in their community. Visiting local shops, train stations, airports, sports venues and tourist sites provides rich opportunities for people living with dementia for socialising and entertainment. However, people with dementia may find these outings more difficult in a number of ways or may display unusual behaviour, which for many can discourage them from going out.


Only 47% of people with dementia say that they feel part of their community and 28% of people living with dementia have said they have stopped leaving the house altogether. At Alzheimer’s Society,


we want to create a dementia-friendly society and support people with dementia to continue to live well.


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