The New Yorker published this really interesting article and video about a relatively new way of caring for dementia patients by changing their hospitals or nursing homes into actual replicas of neighborhoods. In these places, caretakers are constantly in a battle of truth vs fiction in deciding which is better for the patient to hear/know based on how developed their dementia is.
This video has over 3 million views.
I have never heard of this. Sounds more like I lucked out!
If this isn’t one of Florida’s best arguments for the reality of global warming, then I don’t know what else is. I mean, the increase in hurricanes? The constant flooding of Miami? WHAT ELSE DO YOU NEED?