Alzheimer's day care center: A response to a patient's eventual demise
De La O, Ruben Michael
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In the care of dementia patients, brain activity Is the key element to how well an Individual Is doing. By stimulating brain activities, the disease takes longer to get a grip on the patients eventual demise. Architecture can help brain activities by stimulating their environments with sights, sounds, smell, and texture. By considering all of these sensory Inputs, architecture can be used to unhaste the demise of dementia patients.