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2016

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2017

2018

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Door Camouflage, Door Camouflage, 2016

This is a Door Camouflage. It was designed by Cody Calamaio. It is dated 2016.

Exiting the front door and one’s home unaccompanied can be perilous for a person with Alzheimer’s. Using pop-up book techniques, this picture display system conceals the door, while redirecting the individual from thoughts of leaving to pleasant photographs of family or hobbies.

This object was donated by Cody Calamaio. It is credited Gift of Cody Calamaio.

Its dimensions are

H x W x D: 81.3 × 86.4 × 25.4 cm (32 × 34 × 10 in.)

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