Fundraising trek to top of Britain for older people suffering from dementia

Ben NevisA Scottish woman has conquered the UK’s highest mountain in a fundraising effort to help improve the quality of life of Bield tenants living with dementia.

Suzanne Rosenshine, granddaughter of Jean Murphy who lives at Bield’s Munro Court, climbed 4,406ft to reach the summit of Ben Nevis raising nearly £2,000 for the Care Home in Glasgow.

This fantastic achievement has allowed the tenants at the development to take a trip down memory lane with the money being used to buy a Pop up Reminiscence Pod (RemPod). RemPods are designed to replicate rooms from a bygone era by turning a space into a therapeutic and calming environment specifically with people who live with dementia in mind.

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