Swedish queen opens housing complex for dementia patients in Germany

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Queen Silvia of Sweden officially opened a high-tech residential complex for dementia patients in the small town of Forst in eastern Germany on Friday. Hundreds of residents came to the town centre to welcome the monarch, many pulling out their mobile phones and waving small Swedish flags. Silvia, 79, has been personally involved in helping people with dementia and memory loss for decades. She established the Silviahemmet non-profit foundation in 1996, which seeks to improve the quality of life of people suffering from the disease. “Every person is unique, even in dementia,” the queen said in …

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