Doctors and nurses at one of the south's leading hospitals are revolutionising treatment for dementia patients.
In a pioneering project, a ward at Southampton General has been refurbished to match the needs of Alzheimer's patients with bright colours and visual aids. As Kerry Swain now reports a specialist practitioner is working with staff to improve patient care.
Kerry Swain spoke to Jeni Bell, a specialist nurse at Southampton General Hospital.
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