Sensory street care home 'has been a miracle'
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Sensory street care home 'has been a miracle'

A care home in Birmingham has built a 'sensory street' - complete with tea room, sweet shop and post office - to help stimulate its residents. It is particularly helpful to those living with dementia.

The impact on one woman who has had mental health problems has been a "miracle," her husband says.

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  • 24 Jun 2019