Latest publications from the LAUGH team:

Treadaway, C., Taylor, A. & Fennell, J., (2018) Compassionate design for dementia care’ International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation, DOI: 10.1080/21650349.2018.1501280.

Treadaway, C., Fennell, J., Prytherch, D., Kenning, G., Prior, A., Walters, A. and Taylor, A. (2018) ‘Compassionate Design: How to Design for Advanced Dementia – a toolkit for designers’, Cardiff Met Press, Cardiff. ISBN 978-0-9929482-8-3

Kenning, G. & Treadaway, C. (2018).  ‘Designing for Dementia: Iterative Grief and Transitional Objects’ Design Issues, Vol. 34 Iss: 1. pp. 42-53.

Treadaway, C., Taylor, A. & Fennell, J. (2018) ‘Compassionate Creativity: co-design for advanced dementia.’  Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Design Creativity (ICDC 2018), Bath, January 31 – February 2.

Treadaway, C. (2018) ‘LAUGH improves wellbeing, happiness and quality of life of people living with advanced dementia’, Research Features, Issue 122 ISSN 2399-1534

Treadaway, C. and Fennell, J. (2017).  ‘How do we create attractive personalised and customised care?’  Does Design Care? AHRC Symposium, Lancaster University, September 12-13.

Jakob, A., Manchester, H. and Treadaway, C. (2017).  ‘Sensory Design for Dementia Care: three stories.’  Dementia Lab, Dortmund, Germany, September 6-7.

Kenning, G. and Treadaway, C. (2017).  ‘Conversations at the edge of play.’  Continuum Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, Vol. 31 Iss: 4. pp.1-13.

Jakob, A., Manchester, H. and Treadaway, C. (2017). ‘Design for Dementia Care: making a difference.’  Nordes 2017: DESIGN+POWER, 7th Nordic Design Research Conference, Oslo, Norway, June 15-17.

Jakob, A., Treadaway, C., Collier, L. and Fowler, F. (2017).  ‘Introducing a designing attitude in dementia care (PAPER 155).’  REDO Cumulus Conference, Kolding, Denmark, May 30 – June 2.

Treadaway, C., Kenning, G., Prytherch D., and Fennell J. (2016). ‘Laugh: designing to enhance positive emotion of people living with dementia’. Proceedings of the 10th Design and Emotion Conference, Amsterdam, September 27-30.

Treadaway, C. and Fennell, J. (2016). ‘Designing playful objects to support subjective wellbeing for people living with dementia’ [Poster].  Exhibited at USWDEM (University of South Wales, Understanding Dementia Conference), Treforest, Pontypridd. September 14.

Treadaway, C., Fennell, J., Kenning, G., Prytherch, D., & Walters A. (2016). ‘Designing for wellbeing in late stage dementia’. WELL-BEING 2016: Co-Creating Pathways to Well-Being, The Third International Conference Exploring the Multi-Dimensions of Well-Being, Birmingham City University, September 5-6.

Treadaway, C., Prytherch, D., Kenning, G. and Fennell, J. (2016). ‘In the Moment: designing for late stage dementia’.  Design Research Society Conference 2016, Brighton, June 27-30.

Treadaway, C., & Kenning, G. (2016). ‘Sensor e-textiles: person centered co-design for people with late stage dementia’.  Working with Older People, Vol. 20 Iss: 2, pp.76 – 85.

Treadaway, C. (2016).  How designing smarter textile tech can help people living with dementia. The Conversation:

Treadaway, C. Kenning, G. & Coleman, S. (2015). Sensor e-Textiles: Designing for persons with late stage dementia’ in Proceedings of the Third European Conference on Design4Health 2015, Ed: Christer, K., Pub. Sheffield Hallam University Design4Health European Conference 2015; 13 – 16 July 2015, Sheffield, UK. ISBN 978-1-84387-385-3.

Treadaway, C. & Kenning, G., (2015), Designing sensory e-textiles for dementia, Proceedings of the The Third International Conference on Design Creativity (3rd ICDC), Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, 12th-14th January 2015 Eds. Chakrabarti, Amaresh; Taura, Toshiharu; Nagai, Yukari ISBN: 978-1-904670-60-5 pp. 235-232.

Treadaway, C., Kenning, G., Coleman, S. (2014). Designing for Positive Emotion: ludic artefacts to support wellbeing for people with dementia. In: Juan Salamanca, Pieter Desmet, Andrés Burbano, et al. (eds) Colors of Care: 9th International Conference on Design and Emotion Bogota, Colombia: Design and Emotion Society; Universidad de Los Andes.