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Laurence Ivil is both a multimedia journalist and Editorial and Engagement Coordinator at On Our Radar, an organisation that trains and supports citizen journalists from marginalised and remote communities. Recently, at On Our Radar, Laurence has covered the Nigerian elections, the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone and has supported people with dementia and young homeless people in the UK to share their stories.

Paul Myles is an investigative journalist, filmmaker and Editorial Manager at On Our Radar. In the past he worked as an investigative reporter for Channel 4's Dispatches programme. He worked as an undercover reporter for Channel 4's Cruises Undercover and The Great Ticket Scandal – his views are his own.

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Designing A Dementia-Friendly Website

Some well-established web design basics: minimize the number of choices that someone has to make; create self-explanatory navigation tools; help people get to what they're looking for as quickly as possible. Sounds simple enough? Now consider this…

Designing A Dementia-Friendly Website

An ever growing number of web users around the world are living with dementia. They have very varied levels of computer literacy and may be experiencing some of the following issues: memory loss, confusion, issues with vision and perception, difficulties sequencing and processing information, reduced problem-solving abilities, or problems with language.

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