Profile Marije Haas LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marijedehaas?trk=hp-identity-name Show my name on the attendees list for events I am attending: Yes Melbourne, England, United Kingdom Last activity: on 12/12/2017 Joined: on 05/05/2016 http://Floda31.com Design quotient Research 210pt Idea 165pt Evaluation 8pt Collaboration 393pt Total 776pt Recent contributions (11) Contribution list Dementia playground A place where people with dementia and their care-givers can experience things in the here and now, together, on equal terms. 18 11 Marije Haas Updated on 01:15, Oct 24, 2017 Dead at noon A moving letter to explain a decision to die in order to avoid dementia. 2 4 Marije Haas 05:39, Oct 06, 2017 Rituals of Farewell Learning to accept loss in dementia is essential for the well-being of the carer as well as the person with dementia. 7 7 Marije Haas Updated on 04:58, Sep 29, 2017 The disremembered Dementia undermines all of our philosophical assumptions about the coherence of the self. By Charles Leadbeater. 7 9 Marije Haas Updated on 00:51, Sep 27, 2017 Refill market A smart shopping system that responds to your habits and reduces packaging and food waste. 8 3 Marije Haas Updated on 02:23, Sep 12, 2016 Death plan If we make birth plans, why not make death plans too? 14 14 Marije Haas Updated on 08:47, Jun 22, 2016 Rituals & legacy Can rituals and legacy pieces find a place in our landscape? 1 4 Marije Haas Updated on 04:46, Jun 22, 2016 Wellcome Collection explores death, mortality and society Exhibition of artefacts with death theme 0 1 Marije Haas Updated on 06:01, May 27, 2016 Rituals of Farewell What if there were different rituals of farewell, to process different types of loss? 19 16 Marije Haas Updated on 05:35, May 17, 2016 How would you design a dignified end-of-life for Alzheimer patients. Could a dignified death be an option for those diagnosed with a disease that will diminish cognitive functioning? 4 2 Marije Haas Updated on 05:32, May 17, 2016 When Death Doesn’t Mean Goodbye In a remote corner of Indonesia, the departed—and their corpses—remain a part of the family. 4 4 Marije Haas Updated on 10:30, May 16, 2016 Teams (3) View all Recent comments (3) View all link Marije commented on Dementia playground 02:19, Nov 23, 2017 Hi bettina, I think that is an excellent idea! A littlebit of a challenge, as I am based in the north of Sweden! But on my next trip to urban environments, I am going to try and set something up. link Marije commented on Dementia playground 06:22, Nov 20, 2017 Hi Joanna Spoth , we will try! link Marije commented on Dementia playground 06:21, Nov 20, 2017 I completely agree!