In my view, the authors (De Witt et al. 2009) rightly conclude that a Heideggerian interpretation adds depth and breadth to our understanding of the spatial expertise of older individuals with dementia. The spatial experience of these folks encompasses places past the boundaries of their properties, corresponding to shops, nursing houses, their grownup kids’s homes, and the spatial expertise created whereas getting out to adult day programmes. The threshold phenomenon, as has been described by Heidegger and Bollnow, offers a pure match with the empirical findings. The interviewed persons differentiated between the being here of living alone in their very own houses on the one hand, and the being there of the nursing house and the being out in the community on the other. As these quotations reveal, Bachelard’s phenomenology is far removed from Husserl’s idea of phenomenology.