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Kurtka dla chorych z demencją (5)

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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8482 Dementia 1 03/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Wi-Care Dementia sufferers with memory deficiencies can maintain their independence longer with a new jacket.The garment helps them recognise their own jacket, remember to take keys, fasted the jacket and find their way back home. The my-DBuddy jacket by Dutch company Wi-Care is said to help them keep their dignity while solving common memory problems.This helps those people with the condition who would otherwise not feel comfortable going out.Of every jacket sold, ??Z50 Euros will be contributed to local Alzheimer's organizations. Dementia activist Helga Rohra resulted from a challenge to design a jacket for people with dementia.. Ms. Rohra's question inspired Wi-Care owner Wilma Verhoeks, which specialises in designing clothes for people with a disability. This jacket is now ready and was unveiled at the European Alzheimer Conference in Berlin, on October 2nd.A spokesman said:??? Just like other designs by Wi-Care, my-DBuddy is a concept that combines practical solutions with clothes people like to wear.???He help recognise their jacket after taking it off, there is room for a photo or picture under the strap used for hanging a jacket up.To help fasted the the jacket there are Velcro-style hook and loop straps in indicating colours to indicate which order they need to be fastened,To help avoid forgetting keys, or leaving them in a door, the jacket comes with a key cord they are attached to.Should the wearer get lost, there is a discretely hidden pouch with their name and address.The firm says my-DBuddy is an open platform and open to novel ideas for extra applications which can be developed and marketed.The spokesman added:???My-DBuddy must evolve into a cluster of solutions for people with memory problems world-wide.???The company will donate ??Z50 Euros to local Alzheimer's organizations in the countries where my-DBuddy is sold financially aiding associatio
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8482 Dementia 1 03/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Wi-Care Dementia sufferers with memory deficiencies can maintain their independence longer with a new jacket.The garment helps them recognise their own jacket, remember to take keys, fasted the jacket and find their way back home. The my-DBuddy jacket by Dutch company Wi-Care is said to help them keep their dignity while solving common memory problems.This helps those people with the condition who would otherwise not feel comfortable going out.Of every jacket sold, ??Z50 Euros will be contributed to local Alzheimer's organizations. Dementia activist Helga Rohra resulted from a challenge to design a jacket for people with dementia.. Ms. Rohra's question inspired Wi-Care owner Wilma Verhoeks, which specialises in designing clothes for people with a disability. This jacket is now ready and was unveiled at the European Alzheimer Conference in Berlin, on October 2nd.A spokesman said:??? Just like other designs by Wi-Care, my-DBuddy is a concept that combines practical solutions with clothes people like to wear.???He help recognise their jacket after taking it off, there is room for a photo or picture under the strap used for hanging a jacket up.To help fasted the the jacket there are Velcro-style hook and loop straps in indicating colours to indicate which order they need to be fastened,To help avoid forgetting keys, or leaving them in a door, the jacket comes with a key cord they are attached to.Should the wearer get lost, there is a discretely hidden pouch with their name and address.The firm says my-DBuddy is an open platform and open to novel ideas for extra applications which can be developed and marketed.The spokesman added:???My-DBuddy must evolve into a cluster of solutions for people with memory problems world-wide.???The company will donate ??Z50 Euros to local Alzheimer's organizations in the countries where my-DBuddy is sold financially aiding associatio
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8482 Dementia 1 03/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Wi-Care Dementia sufferers with memory deficiencies can maintain their independence longer with a new jacket.The garment helps them recognise their own jacket, remember to take keys, fasted the jacket and find their way back home. The my-DBuddy jacket by Dutch company Wi-Care is said to help them keep their dignity while solving common memory problems.This helps those people with the condition who would otherwise not feel comfortable going out.Of every jacket sold, ??Z50 Euros will be contributed to local Alzheimer's organizations. Dementia activist Helga Rohra resulted from a challenge to design a jacket for people with dementia.. Ms. Rohra's question inspired Wi-Care owner Wilma Verhoeks, which specialises in designing clothes for people with a disability. This jacket is now ready and was unveiled at the European Alzheimer Conference in Berlin, on October 2nd.A spokesman said:??? Just like other designs by Wi-Care, my-DBuddy is a concept that combines practical solutions with clothes people like to wear.???He help recognise their jacket after taking it off, there is room for a photo or picture under the strap used for hanging a jacket up.To help fasted the the jacket there are Velcro-style hook and loop straps in indicating colours to indicate which order they need to be fastened,To help avoid forgetting keys, or leaving them in a door, the jacket comes with a key cord they are attached to.Should the wearer get lost, there is a discretely hidden pouch with their name and address.The firm says my-DBuddy is an open platform and open to novel ideas for extra applications which can be developed and marketed.The spokesman added:???My-DBuddy must evolve into a cluster of solutions for people with memory problems world-wide.???The company will donate ??Z50 Euros to local Alzheimer's organizations in the countries where my-DBuddy is sold financially aiding associatio
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8482 Dementia 1 03/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Wi-Care Dementia sufferers with memory deficiencies can maintain their independence longer with a new jacket.The garment helps them recognise their own jacket, remember to take keys, fasted the jacket and find their way back home. The my-DBuddy jacket by Dutch company Wi-Care is said to help them keep their dignity while solving common memory problems.This helps those people with the condition who would otherwise not feel comfortable going out.Of every jacket sold, ??Z50 Euros will be contributed to local Alzheimer's organizations. Dementia activist Helga Rohra resulted from a challenge to design a jacket for people with dementia.. Ms. Rohra's question inspired Wi-Care owner Wilma Verhoeks, which specialises in designing clothes for people with a disability. This jacket is now ready and was unveiled at the European Alzheimer Conference in Berlin, on October 2nd.A spokesman said:??? Just like other designs by Wi-Care, my-DBuddy is a concept that combines practical solutions with clothes people like to wear.???He help recognise their jacket after taking it off, there is room for a photo or picture under the strap used for hanging a jacket up.To help fasted the the jacket there are Velcro-style hook and loop straps in indicating colours to indicate which order they need to be fastened,To help avoid forgetting keys, or leaving them in a door, the jacket comes with a key cord they are attached to.Should the wearer get lost, there is a discretely hidden pouch with their name and address.The firm says my-DBuddy is an open platform and open to novel ideas for extra applications which can be developed and marketed.The spokesman added:???My-DBuddy must evolve into a cluster of solutions for people with memory problems world-wide.???The company will donate ??Z50 Euros to local Alzheimer's organizations in the countries where my-DBuddy is sold financially aiding associatio
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8482 Dementia 1 03/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Wi-Care Dementia sufferers with memory deficiencies can maintain their independence longer with a new jacket.The garment helps them recognise their own jacket, remember to take keys, fasted the jacket and find their way back home. The my-DBuddy jacket by Dutch company Wi-Care is said to help them keep their dignity while solving common memory problems.This helps those people with the condition who would otherwise not feel comfortable going out.Of every jacket sold, ??Z50 Euros will be contributed to local Alzheimer's organizations. Dementia activist Helga Rohra resulted from a challenge to design a jacket for people with dementia.. Ms. Rohra's question inspired Wi-Care owner Wilma Verhoeks, which specialises in designing clothes for people with a disability. This jacket is now ready and was unveiled at the European Alzheimer Conference in Berlin, on October 2nd.A spokesman said:??? Just like other designs by Wi-Care, my-DBuddy is a concept that combines practical solutions with clothes people like to wear.???He help recognise their jacket after taking it off, there is room for a photo or picture on the strap used for hanging a jacket up.To help fasted the the jacket there are Velcro-style hook and loop straps in indicating colours to indicate which order they need to be fastened,To help avoid forgetting keys, or leaving them in a door, the jacket comes with a key cord they are attached to.Should the wearer get lost, there is a discretely hidden pouch with their name and address.The firm says my-DBuddy is an open platform and open to novel ideas for extra applications which can be developed and marketed.The spokesman added:???My-DBuddy must evolve into a cluster of solutions for people with memory problems world-wide.???The company will donate ??Z50 Euros to local Alzheimer's organizations in the countries where my-DBuddy is sold financially aiding associations