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Title: Making Stirling a Dementia Friendly City: A Citizen-Led Place and Spaces Project
Other Titles: Our Connected Neighbourhoods: Stirling Environment Audits Report
Author(s): Quirke, Martin
Harrison, Kevin
Patterson, Donna
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Citation: Quirke M, Harrison K & Patterson D (2021) Making Stirling a Dementia Friendly City: A Citizen-Led Place and Spaces Project [Our Connected Neighbourhoods: Stirling Environment Audits Report]. Stirling Council. Stirling, UK.
Keywords: Dementia
Issue Date: 15-Apr-2021
Date Deposited: 11-Jan-2022
Abstract: This report presents the findings of citizen directed programme of environmental audits undertaken in Stirling Town Centre in early 2020. The project was undertaken by a volunteer group of local people living with dementia, as well as their carers and advocates, who designed, directed, and undertook who evaluated key public buildings and the spaces encountered on the journeys between them. The resulting report describes the methods used by group, and details their prioritised recommendations, for individual public buildings, and for public realm of Stirling City Centre as a whole. The report and the project that underpins it was funded by Stirling Council as part of the implementation phase of the Dementia Friendly Stirling Action Plan (2018-2021)
Type: Project Report
Rights: Stirling Council has granted permission for use of this work in this Repository. , 'Making Stirling A Dementia Friendly City: A Citizen-Led Place And Spaces Project', conducted for the Our Connected Neighbourhoods Project funded by Stirling Council.
Affiliation: Dementia and Ageing
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