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FUSION MAGAZINE | SPRING 2018

'Your Place? My Place? What Is place?

LASA Fusion Spring 2018 edition featuring article by Debbie de Fiddes and Samantha Neylon discussing connection to place and its influence in residential aged care design.

View the full article here. Page 49 - 50

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KINCARE MAGAZINE | SPRING 2017

'Colour Yourself Independent'

KinCare Magazine recently feature Debbie de Fiddes in their Spring edition talking ageing eye and design that works!

 
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'Not One Size Fits All: How Do We Create Meaningful Environments'

On October 10, 2017 Debbie de Fiddes presented to the Alzheimer's WA Community ServicesSymposium chatting all aspects of Dementia Design and developing meaningful environments. 

View the full Presentation above or alternatively click on the link below.

 

DEBBIE DEFIDDES ON.. | INSIDE AGEING COLUMN

Look out for our column now featured online at Inside Ageing


HAVE YOU HEARD? | COMMUNITY NEWS ARTICLE, 16 MAY 2017

'Virtual Reality Having A Real Impact In Aged Care'

Swancare Kingia recently featured Deb de Fiddes in their May article showcasing the innovative ways virtual reality can improve the quality of life for those living with Dementia.  

 
 

ABC News Sunday Interview, 2 april 2017

ABC News Sunday interviews our very own CEO, Deb de Fiddes, who says, "Showing the virtual reality goggles to dementia residents at SwanCare Kingia was an amazing experience for the residents, staff and especially for me. It created some great conversations and the expressions on their faces makes what we do all worthwhile".

 
 Dementia design specialist Debbie de Fiddes (right) chats with Marjorie Hartley at the interactive wall.  Photo Credit: ABC News / Rebecca Turner

Dementia design specialist Debbie de Fiddes (right) chats with Marjorie Hartley at the interactive wall.

Photo Credit: ABC News / Rebecca Turner

 

Fusion Magazine, Spring 2016

'In These Changing Times' by Debbie de Fiddes


Dementia friendly ‘pop-up’ apartment on show | Australian Ageing Agenda, 22 April 2015

de Fiddes Design 'Max and Barabara'  apartment features on Australian Ageing Agenda.

The pop up apartment was displayed at the 30th Alzeheimer’s Disease International Conference, illustrating how good design can support people living with dementia.


Health Professional Radio Interview, 2015

'Enhancing the Experience of Growing Older with the Help of Specialist Interior Designer' with Debbie de Fiddes