“It feels like you’re part of life again,” says an 80-year-old. At the joy-filled Mother Centre in Salzgitter, Germany, a pilot project started in 2018 by Hildegard Schooss is studying how daycare for the elderly and for children can be combined. And it’s already having a noticeable impact on the wellbeing of seniors with dementia. Could this centre change the way the rest of the world looks at generational daycare?
Part 2 of CNA Insider’s series on Germany’s long-term care approach. WATCH: ‘The Town That’s Embracing Dementia Together’: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2CC36Mgh9A
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