‘Am I Home?’ Life in a Dementia Village
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“Is it OK to lie to people with dementia if it improves their wellbeing? Lara Bullens goes inside a Truman Show-esque ‘dementia village’ in Warwick, where the fake and real blur.”

I helped Lara, a first-time radio producer, make this BBC Radio 4 documentary about the ethics and complications of lying to dementia patients; you can listen again here.

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RADIO