Specialized Home For Dementia Mapping Research In London

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An exclusive new nursing home in London is catering to seniors with memory loss.

Health experts are using a specialized tool called Dementia Care Mapping.

97-year-old Mary Hainworth, is one of the first residents to move into Chelsea Court place in London.

The specialized care home, built for just 15 people, offers the luxury of a 5 star hotel and round-the-clock assistance starting at 10-thousand dollars a month all patients receive a home assessment called Dementia Mapping; even if, like Mary, they haven't been diagnosed with the disease.

The hope is specifically-tailored care will help dementia sufferers live more comfortably.

Dementia and its related illnesses affect more than 47 million people worldwide.

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