Pascal Anson poses with jackets he designed that are both wearable by and instructive for those living with dementia. They feature in the first OK Dementia Festival in Hong Kong. Photo: Enable Foundation
Pascal Anson poses with jackets he designed that are both wearable by and instructive for those living with dementia. They feature in the first OK Dementia Festival in Hong Kong. Photo: Enable Foundation

Designs for dementia sufferers reinvent their world – a jacket that looks OK worn upside down, a way to tell time without numbers

  • The first OK Dementia Festival in Hong Kong will show how the disease affects sufferers and everyone around them, and offer patients design solutions
  • It’s all about seeing the bigger picture, says Pascal Anson, one of the designers taking part, and about ‘trying to allow people to feel OK’ with dementia

Topic |   Ageing society
Pascal Anson poses with jackets he designed that are both wearable by and instructive for those living with dementia. They feature in the first OK Dementia Festival in Hong Kong. Photo: Enable Foundation
Pascal Anson poses with jackets he designed that are both wearable by and instructive for those living with dementia. They feature in the first OK Dementia Festival in Hong Kong. Photo: Enable Foundation
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