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Finger food to improve dementia patients' independence

A new finger food menu for patients living with dementia is being piloted at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in an attempt to encourage greater independence.

Finger foods have become very helpful in encouraging people with dementia to enjoy food and drink again. As dementia progresses people often find cutlery difficult to manage, they also can find it difficult to manage a full meal.

Read more on the ITV News website.