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Hydration stations introduced in care home to help people with dementia

Pioneering nutrition and hydration stations, which allow people with dementia to enjoy drinks and snacks all day, have been introduced at Buckingham Lodge, a new residential care home in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. 

People with dementia don't always recognise thirst and need support to drink, but the snacking stations will be stocked with a variety of food and soft drinks to allow residents to graze all day, helping ensure that everyone in the care home is hydrated and well fed at all times. 

Read more on the Express website.