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Tonal contrast can significantly aid a person with dementia to read and understand their environment better. Contrast is a difference of 30 units of Light Reflectance Value (LRV).
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Strong tonal contrast between this Bolon Vinyl floor & the wall; the two critical surfaces when designing for dementia


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Range: Kerlite Avantgarde | Domus Tiles, The UK's Leading Tile, Mosaic & Stone Products Supplier

Range: Kerlite Avantgarde

Dementia Washbasin: Contrasting rim to the basin & at grab hold points at either side. There is also good contrast between the basin & the wall behind


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Holt oak Doc M Pack: Strong tonal contrast between the LRV of the oak grabrail and the wall behind

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Holt oak Doc M Pack: Strong tonal contrast between the grabrails and the walls on which they are mounted; the wash basin and the vanity shelf below; the wc and the floor. Unfortuantely for dementia-friendly design we require contrast between the floor & wall behind and toilet seat and pan.

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