Category: Dementia Diaries

This Week on Dementia Diaries – 15 June 2019

Dementia Diaries is a UK-wide project that brings together people’s diverse experiences of living with dementia as a series of audio diaries. It serves as a public record and a personal archive that documents the views, reflections and day-to-day lives of people living with dementia, with the aim of prompting dialogue and changing attitudes.

Dementia Diaries Website

Who are we working with?

We are all part of the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP). The Dementia Diaries initiative was designed by the non-profit communications agency On Our Radar (www.onourradar.org). It was launched by On Our Radar in January 2015 in partnership with Innovations in Dementia, Ownfone and Comic Relief, and was handed over to Innovations in Dementia in August 2016.

Phase 2 of the project is funded jointly by Comic Relief and BIG Lottery Fund.

A team from Leeds Beckett University was asked to evaluate the success of Dementia Diaries. A dementia-friendly summary of their findings is available here (pdf, opens in a new tab) or you can download the full report here (pdf, opens in a new tab).

The website provides the audio recording and a written transcript of each diary, you can volunteer to transcribe the audio diaries here


Featured

Dementia Diaries on BBC Springwatch

Nigel Hullah

This weeks Diaries include:

JACQUI IS UNHAPPY.

AGNES REPORTS FROM A BUSY SCOTTISH DEMENTIA AWARENESS WEEK

THE HAPPY TANDEMER IS HAVING A BUSY TIME.

AGNES LOOKS FORWARD TO HER STV BROADCAST WITH NANCY.

STEPHEN HAS ALMOST FINISHED HIS COPD REHAB.

AGNES’ NEW BOOK RESONATES WITH JACQUI.

STEPHEN HAS BATTENED DOWN THE HATCHES FOR THE WEEKEND.

AGNES THANKS STV FOR THEIR RECENT WORK TOGETHER.

DORY REFLECTS ON THE MEANING DEEP BRINGS TO HER LIFE.

AGNES REFLECTS ON HER PURPOSE IN LIFE.

WAYNE REFLECTS ON BEING CHALLENGED ABOUT HIS DEMENTIA.

AGNES IS OFF TO AN EVENT IN EDINBURGH – A PUBLIC INCONVENIENCE.

THE UNIVERSE HAS SENT AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO AGNES, AND TO ALL OF US.


Note for Professionals

You can use these Diaries as part of your Dementia Training.

As a courtesy, please email Rachel Niblock at Niblock@myid.org.uk to let her know that you will be using some of the Diaries, it helps when applying for funding in the future.

This Week on Dementia Diaries – 08 June 2019

Dementia Diaries is a UK-wide project that brings together people’s diverse experiences of living with dementia as a series of audio diaries. It serves as a public record and a personal archive that documents the views, reflections and day-to-day lives of people living with dementia, with the aim of prompting dialogue and changing attitudes.

Dementia Diaries Website

Who are we working with?

We are all part of the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP). The Dementia Diaries initiative was designed by the non-profit communications agency On Our Radar (www.onourradar.org). It was launched by On Our Radar in January 2015 in partnership with Innovations in Dementia, Ownfone and Comic Relief, and was handed over to Innovations in Dementia in August 2016.

Phase 2 of the project is funded jointly by Comic Relief and BIG Lottery Fund.

A team from Leeds Beckett University was asked to evaluate the success of Dementia Diaries. A dementia-friendly summary of their findings is available here (pdf, opens in a new tab) or you can download the full report here (pdf, opens in a new tab).

The website provides the audio recording and a written transcript of each diary, you can volunteer to transcribe the audio diaries here


Featured

A COMPILATION FOR DEMENTIA ACTION WEEK

Scottish Dementia Awareness Week:


This weeks Diaries include:

AT LAST A SCREENING DATE FOR THE RESTAURANT THAT MAKES MISTAKES

A CHAT WITH MIKE, GUEST DIARIST, AT THE CORNWALL DEEP GATHERING

JACQUI FEELS HER ART MIGHT HELP HER IN THE FUTURE.

JOY PONDERS THE WHITE KNUCKLE RIDE THAT IS DEMENTIA.

DORY REPORTS ON A RECENT TALK SHE DELIVERED.

KEITH REPORTS ON HIS PRESENTATION AT THE HAY FESTIVAL

MELVYN IS CHUFFED TO BITS ABOUT HIS GARDEN.

FRIENDS AND GENTLE SUPPORT

GLENDA REPORTS ON A BUSY DEMENTIA AWARENESS WEEK.

TRACEY REPORTS ON BEING INTERVIEWED BY THE FT.


Note for Professionals

You can use these Diaries as part of your Dementia Training.

As a courtesy, please email Rachel Niblock at Niblock@myid.org.uk to let her know that you will be using some of the Diaries, it helps when applying for funding in the future.

This Week on Dementia Diaries – 01 June 2019

Dementia Diaries is a UK-wide project that brings together people’s diverse experiences of living with dementia as a series of audio diaries. It serves as a public record and a personal archive that documents the views, reflections and day-to-day lives of people living with dementia, with the aim of prompting dialogue and changing attitudes.

Dementia Diaries Website

Who are we working with?

We are all part of the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP). The Dementia Diaries initiative was designed by the non-profit communications agency On Our Radar (www.onourradar.org). It was launched by On Our Radar in January 2015 in partnership with Innovations in Dementia, Ownfone and Comic Relief, and was handed over to Innovations in Dementia in August 2016.

Phase 2 of the project is funded jointly by Comic Relief and BIG Lottery Fund.

A team from Leeds Beckett University was asked to evaluate the success of Dementia Diaries. A dementia-friendly summary of their findings is available here (pdf, opens in a new tab) or you can download the full report here (pdf, opens in a new tab).

The website provides the audio recording and a written transcript of each diary, you can volunteer to transcribe the audio diaries here


This weeks Diaries include:

JACQUI HAS A BAD EXPERIENCE AT AN EVENT WHERE SHE WAS DUE TO SPEAK

HOWEVER IMPORTANT THIS PERSON WAS I COULDN’T LET HIS USE OF THE TERM ‘SUFFERING’ GO UNCHALLENGED

LISTENING TO DEMENTIA DIARIES OPENED A POSITIVE WORLD TO A LADY WHO IS NEWLY DIAGNOSED

I AM TAKING A DEEP BREATH AND TAKING STOCK

TRACEY HAS HAD A REALLY GOOD (MAINLY POSITIVE) AND BUSY DEMENTIA ACTION WEEK

SPECIAL NEWS – I HAVE PASSED MY SIX MONTHLY DRIVING ASSESSMENT

‘LIFE DOESN’T STAND STILL, I’M NOT IMPROVING AND SHE’S NOT HERE’

A POWERFUL PLEA FOR KINDNESS AND UNDERSTANDING

STEPHEN HAS BEEN REALLY UPSET BY A CARER’S THOUGHTLESS WORDS

THE BEAUTY OF CHILDREN AND OLDER ADULTS INTERACTING

WENDY’S REFLECTION ON A BUSY DEMENTIA ACTION WEEK

JOHN QUINN FROM AUSTRALIA – THIS IS ME

JOHN SHARES HIS TRAVELS AND ADVENTURES ACROSS THE UK AND SOUTHERN IRELAND


Note for Professionals

You can use these Diaries as part of your Dementia Training.

As a courtesy, please email Rachel Niblock at Niblock@myid.org.uk to let her know that you will be using some of the Diaries, it helps when applying for funding in the future.

This Week on Dementia Diaries – 18 May 2019

Dementia Diaries is a UK-wide project that brings together people’s diverse experiences of living with dementia as a series of audio diaries. It serves as a public record and a personal archive that documents the views, reflections and day-to-day lives of people living with dementia, with the aim of prompting dialogue and changing attitudes.

Dementia Diaries Website

Who are we working with?

We are all part of the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP). The Dementia Diaries initiative was designed by the non-profit communications agency On Our Radar (www.onourradar.org). It was launched by On Our Radar in January 2015 in partnership with Innovations in Dementia, Ownfone and Comic Relief, and was handed over to Innovations in Dementia in August 2016.

Phase 2 of the project is funded jointly by Comic Relief and BIG Lottery Fund.

A team from Leeds Beckett University was asked to evaluate the success of Dementia Diaries. A dementia-friendly summary of their findings is available here (pdf, opens in a new tab) or you can download the full report here (pdf, opens in a new tab).

The website provides the audio recording and a written transcript of each diary, you can volunteer to transcribe the audio diaries here


This weeks Diaries include:

JACQUI CAN’T RECOMMEND ‘I FEEL BETTER WHEN I PAINT’ ENOUGH.

CAROL CONGRATULATES RAE ON HER APPEARANCE ON TV

PAUL REPORTS FROM THE NORTHERN IRELAND DEEP GATHERING

STEPHEN IS HAPPY IF A BIT SORE AFTER HIS FIRST SESSION OF COPD REHAB.

JACQUI REPORTS ON A VISIT TO THE ARC CENTRE

RAE READS A NEW POEM

THE HAPPY TANDEMER REPORTS ON A JAUNT TO WHITBY

MELVYN HAS A SUGGESTION FOR INNOVATIONS IN DEMENTIA

WENDY READS A POEM WRITTEN FOR DEMENTIA DIARIES


Note for Professionals

You can use these Diaries as part of your Dementia Training.

As a courtesy, please email Rachel Niblock at Niblock@myid.org.uk to let her know that you will be using some of the Diaries, it helps when applying for funding in the future.

This Week on Dementia Diaries – 11 May 2019

Dementia Diaries is a UK-wide project that brings together people’s diverse experiences of living with dementia as a series of audio diaries. It serves as a public record and a personal archive that documents the views, reflections and day-to-day lives of people living with dementia, with the aim of prompting dialogue and changing attitudes.

Dementia Diaries Website

Who are we working with?

We are all part of the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP). The Dementia Diaries initiative was designed by the non-profit communications agency On Our Radar (www.onourradar.org). It was launched by On Our Radar in January 2015 in partnership with Innovations in Dementia, Ownfone and Comic Relief, and was handed over to Innovations in Dementia in August 2016.

Phase 2 of the project is funded jointly by Comic Relief and BIG Lottery Fund.

A team from Leeds Beckett University was asked to evaluate the success of Dementia Diaries. A dementia-friendly summary of their findings is available here (pdf, opens in a new tab) or you can download the full report here (pdf, opens in a new tab).

The website provides the audio recording and a written transcript of each diary, you can volunteer to transcribe the audio diaries here


This weeks Diaries include:

JACQUI IS UNHAPPY WITH A LOCAL TRANSPORT SCHEME

THE WEATHER HAS WREAKED HAVOC WITH GLENDA’S NEWLY PLANTED FLOWERS.

LARRY READS A NEW POEM ‘UNTIL IT’S NOT’

CAROL REPORTS ON HER LONG JOURNEY FROM KENT TO EXETER

STEPHEN REPORTS ON A BUSY WEEK AND BUSY PERIOD AHEAD.

RON MUSES ON THE POTENTIAL OF NEUROGENESIS

MELVYN IS AWESTRUCK BY THE BBC PROGRAMME OUR DEMENTIA CHOIR.

ELAINE REPORTS ON A VERY LONG AND UNCOMFORTABLE WALK.

JOY IS BUILDING SUPPORT FOR HER WORK TO RAISE AWARENESS IN SCHOOLS.

AGNES TALKS ABOUT HER NEW BOOK.

RAYMOND FEELS AIRPORTS SHOULD BE MORE AWARE OF DEMENTIA.

STEPHEN LOOKS FORWARD TO COPD REHAB

STEPHEN IS HAPPY IF A BIT SORE AFTER HIS FIRST SESSION OF COPD REHAB.

TOMMY TALKS ABOUT BEING AT THE NORTHERN IRELAND DEEP GATHERING

TOMMY AND PAUL USE SONG TO INVESTIGATE A HOLE

CAROL CONGRATULATES RAE ON HER APPEARANCE ON TV

GEORGE REFLECTS ON THE 5 STEPS TO WELLBEING APPROACH.


Note for Professionals

You can use these Diaries as part of your Dementia Training.

As a courtesy, please email Rachel Niblock at Niblock@myid.org.uk to let her know that you will be using some of the Diaries, it helps when applying for funding in the future.

This Week on Dementia Diaries – 27 April 2019

Dementia Diaries is a UK-wide project that brings together people’s diverse experiences of living with dementia as a series of audio diaries. It serves as a public record and a personal archive that documents the views, reflections and day-to-day lives of people living with dementia, with the aim of prompting dialogue and changing attitudes.

Who are we working with?

We are all part of the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP). The Dementia Diaries initiative was designed by the non-profit communications agency On Our Radar (www.onourradar.org). It was launched by On Our Radar in January 2015 in partnership with Innovations in Dementia, Ownfone and Comic Relief, and was handed over to Innovations in Dementia in August 2016.

Phase 2 of the project is funded jointly by Comic Relief and BIG Lottery Fund.

A team from Leeds Beckett University was asked to evaluate the success of Dementia Diaries. A dementia-friendly summary of their findings is available here (pdf, opens in a new tab) or you can download the full report here (pdf, opens in a new tab).

The website provides the audio recording and a written transcript of each diary, you can volunteer to transcribe the audio diaries here


This weeks Diaries include:

THE HAPPY TANDEMER IS FEELING REALLY GOOD AND LOOKING FORWARD TO A BUSY EASTER

NEITHER TRACEY NOR THE FROG WERE EXPECTING THIS TO HAPPEN.

CHRISTINE REPORTS FROM WHAT MIGHT BE THE FIRST MEETING OF A NEW DEEP MEMBER GROUP

DORY CONGRATULATES RACHEL FOR JUMPING OUT OF PLANE FOR YOUNG DEMENTIA UK.

THE HAPPY TANDEMER REPORTS ON AN ART GARFUNKEL SHOW

CHRISTINE INTRODUCES SOME OF THE MEMBERS OF THE NEW DEEP MEMBER GROUP

PETER CHALLENGES RACHEL TO RIDE HIS PENNY FARTHING CHALLENGE WITH HIM.

RONALD PERFORMS A LOVELY SPOKEN WORD TO MUSIC PIECE.

HOWARD ECHOES CHRIS’ OBSERVATIONS ABOUT DEMENTIA.


Note for Professionals

You can use these Diaries as part of your Dementia Training.

As a courtesy, please email Rachel Niblock at Niblock@myid.org.uk to let her know that you will be using some of the Diaries, it helps when applying for funding in the future.



 

This Week on Dementia Diaries – 20 April 2019

Dementia Diaries is a UK-wide project that brings together people’s diverse experiences of living with dementia as a series of audio diaries. It serves as a public record and a personal archive that documents the views, reflections and day-to-day lives of people living with dementia, with the aim of prompting dialogue and changing attitudes.

Who are we working with?

We are all part of the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP). The Dementia Diaries initiative was designed by the non-profit communications agency On Our Radar (www.onourradar.org). It was launched by On Our Radar in January 2015 in partnership with Innovations in Dementia, Ownfone and Comic Relief, and was handed over to Innovations in Dementia in August 2016.

Phase 2 of the project is funded jointly by Comic Relief and BIG Lottery Fund.

A team from Leeds Beckett University was asked to evaluate the success of Dementia Diaries. A dementia-friendly summary of their findings is available here (pdf, opens in a new tab) or you can download the full report here (pdf, opens in a new tab).

The website provides the audio recording and a written transcript of each diary, you can volunteer to transcribe the audio diaries here


This weeks Diaries include:

JACQUI PLEASED TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE JOURNAL OF DEMENTIA CARE ABOUT ALEXA.

STEPHEN SPOKE IN FRONT OF 80 PEOPLE AND HAD REALLY GOOD FEEDBACK

IN GENERAL THE LAST MONTH HAS BEEN DREADFUL FOR ME

PAUL IS REALLY IMPRESSED WITH HIS FIRST ZOOM MEETING

I WAS A BIT SHOCKED, I WENT QUITE BLANK, I FELT VULNERABLE. I REALISED ONCE AGAIN THAT I HAD EARLY ONSET ALZHEIMER’S

RESEARCH FOR A CURE FOR THE FUTURE IS IMPORTANT BUT WE NEED TO THINK ABOUT SUPPORT THAT IS NEEDED NOW

WE ALL NEED THAT SPECIAL PLACE TO GO WHEN YOU NEED TO MAKE SENSE OF WHAT’S HAPPENING.

I AM BEGINNING THE PROCESS OF COMING THROUGH MY MID-WINTER MISERY MOODS.

JACQUI IS EXCITED TO FIND A VOLUNTEER DRIVER ALTERNATIVE TO PUBLIC TRANSPORT

HOW DO YOU FACILITATE PASSIONATE DIFFERENCES OF OPINIONS? MELVYN CONTEMPLATES THIS AFTER WATCHING A HEATED TV INTERVIEW

COMPARE DEMENTIA TO THE DUCK ANALOGY OF PADDLING FRANTICALLY BELOW THE WATER

STEPHEN IS ENJOYING DOING TALKS AND HE ENCOURAGES EVERYBODY LIVING WITH DEMENTIA TO ‘KEEP GOING’

DORY’S FOUNTAIN IS SPURTING IN TO LIFE IN THE SUN!

STEPHEN IS BEING KEPT BUSY AND IT’S THE WAY HE LIKES IT. ‘DON’T BE AFRAID JUST GO OUT AND DO IT. SPEAK FROM THE HEART’

GLENDA SAYS HOW IMPORTANT IS TO HAVE TIME FOR HERSELF TOO

 


Note for Professionals

You can use these Diaries as part of your Dementia Training.

As a courtesy, please email Rachel Niblock at Niblock@myid.org.uk to let her know that you will be using some of the Diaries, it helps when applying for funding in the future.



 

This Week on Dementia Diaries – 13 April 2019

Dementia Diaries is a UK-wide project that brings together people’s diverse experiences of living with dementia as a series of audio diaries. It serves as a public record and a personal archive that documents the views, reflections and day-to-day lives of people living with dementia, with the aim of prompting dialogue and changing attitudes.

Who are we working with?

We are all part of the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP). The Dementia Diaries initiative was designed by the non-profit communications agency On Our Radar (www.onourradar.org). It was launched by On Our Radar in January 2015 in partnership with Innovations in Dementia, Ownfone and Comic Relief, and was handed over to Innovations in Dementia in August 2016.

Phase 2 of the project is funded jointly by Comic Relief and BIG Lottery Fund.

A team from Leeds Beckett University was asked to evaluate the success of Dementia Diaries. A dementia-friendly summary of their findings is available here (pdf, opens in a new tab) or you can download the full report here (pdf, opens in a new tab).

The website provides the audio recording and a written transcript of each diary, you can volunteer to transcribe the audio diaries here


This weeks Diaries include:

 JACQUI HAS BEEN COMMISSIONED TO DO SOME ART WORK FOR AN EXHIBITION

A WALK WAS PLANNED BUT THE WEATHER HAD OTHER IDEAS

DORY IS MOVED BY A PERFORMANCE OF MEMORIA AND HAS A MESSAGE FROM KAREN

RAE READS A POEM CALLED IN CHURCH

JACQUI HAS AN ADVENTURE WITH A TRAPPED BIRD.

PETER REFLECTS ON THE IMPORTANCE OF PURPOSE, AND WHY CYCLING IS BECOMING INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT FOR HIM.

THE HAPPY TANDEMER IS STILL HOPEFUL OF SEEING A KINGFISHER AMIDST A BUSY WEEK.

WAYNE REFLECTS ON A VISIT TO HOSPITAL.

JACQUI HAS MADE SOME GOOD CONTACTS TO HELP HER GET MORE INVOLVED WITH ARTS AND CRAFTS.

“THERE IS MUCH MORE TO LIFE THAN DEMENTIA” SAYS SHELAGH

CAROL IS THINKING ABOUT HOW TO HELP THOSE AROUND HER IN THE YEARS TO COME.

JULIE REFLECTS ON THE PLEASURES AND CHALLENGES OF HOLIDAYING WITH DEMENTIA.

MELVYN FEELS HONOURED TO BE WORKING WITH DEMENTIA ALLIES, AND WANTS TO SAY THANK YOU.

 


Note for Professionals

You can use these Diaries as part of your Dementia Training.

As a courtesy, please email Rachel Niblock at Niblock@myid.org.uk to let her know that you will be using some of the Diaries, it helps when applying for funding in the future.



 

This Week on Dementia Diaries – 06 April 2019

Dementia Diaries is a UK-wide project that brings together people’s diverse experiences of living with dementia as a series of audio diaries. It serves as a public record and a personal archive that documents the views, reflections and day-to-day lives of people living with dementia, with the aim of prompting dialogue and changing attitudes.

Who are we working with?

We are all part of the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP). The Dementia Diaries initiative was designed by the non-profit communications agency On Our Radar (www.onourradar.org). It was launched by On Our Radar in January 2015 in partnership with Innovations in Dementia, Ownfone and Comic Relief, and was handed over to Innovations in Dementia in August 2016.

Phase 2 of the project is funded jointly by Comic Relief and BIG Lottery Fund.

A team from Leeds Beckett University was asked to evaluate the success of Dementia Diaries. A dementia-friendly summary of their findings is available here (pdf, opens in a new tab) or you can download the full report here (pdf, opens in a new tab).

The website provides the audio recording and a written transcript of each diary, you can volunteer to transcribe the audio diaries here


This weeks Diaries include:

JACQUI WONDERS ABOUT STARTING A GROUP IN STOCKPORT TO DO ARTS AND CRAFTS

TRACEY CALLS FOR RESEARCH TO INVOLVE PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AT AN EARLIER STAGE.

 HOMEDIAGNOSIS AND DEMENTIAMELVYN REPORTS ON HIS WORK WITH DEMENTIA ALLIES – SUPPORTING PEOPLE NEWLY DIAGNOSED.

RAYMOND WONDERS IF HE CAN GET INVOLVED IN MAKING MANCHESTER AIRPORT A BIT MORE ACCESSIBLE.

STEPHEN HAS A SPRING IN HIS STEP AND IS LOOKING FORWARD TO A BUSY MONTH AHEAD.

TRACEY FEELS THAT PUBLIC HEALTH MESSAGES THAT DIET CAN REDUCE THE RISK OF DEMENTIA CAN MAKE PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA FEEL GUILTY.


Note for Professionals

You can use these Diaries as part of your Dementia Training.

As a courtesy, please email Rachel Niblock at Niblock@myid.org.uk to let her know that you will be using some of the Diaries, it helps when applying for funding in the future.



 

This Week on Dementia Diaries – 30 March 2019

Dementia Diaries is a UK-wide project that brings together people’s diverse experiences of living with dementia as a series of audio diaries. It serves as a public record and a personal archive that documents the views, reflections and day-to-day lives of people living with dementia, with the aim of prompting dialogue and changing attitudes.

Who are we working with?

We are all part of the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP). The Dementia Diaries initiative was designed by the non-profit communications agency On Our Radar (www.onourradar.org). It was launched by On Our Radar in January 2015 in partnership with Innovations in Dementia, Ownfone and Comic Relief, and was handed over to Innovations in Dementia in August 2016.

Phase 2 of the project is funded jointly by Comic Relief and BIG Lottery Fund.

A team from Leeds Beckett University was asked to evaluate the success of Dementia Diaries. A dementia-friendly summary of their findings is available here (pdf, opens in a new tab) or you can download the full report here (pdf, opens in a new tab).

The website provides the audio recording and a written transcript of each diary, you can volunteer to transcribe the audio diaries here


This weeks Diaries include:

 SKY DIVE SATURDAY FINALLY ARRIVES FOR WENDY – PART ONE

THE HAPPY TANDEMER REFLECTS ON A BUSY WEEK AND SOME GREAT NEWS.

DORY REFLECTS ON THE THINGS SHE HAS DONE SINCE HER DIAGNOSIS THAT SHE HAS NEVER DONE BEFORE – LIKE GOING ON A BIG MARCH IN LONDON!

JACQUI ON THE NEED TO HAVE GOOD NOTICE OF APPOINTMENTS.

SKY DIVE SATURDAY FOR WENDY – PART TWO

RAE IS TIRED AFTER A WORRYING NIGHT.

MELVYN IS DISAPPOINTED IN A LACK OF PROGRESS FOLLOWING AN AUDIT OF A VENUE.

JACQUI IS GETTING GREAT RESULTS FROM BEING CREATIVE.

WENDY HAS BEEN INVITED TO HOUSING 21 TO ENCOURAGE NEW DEMENTIA DIARISTS

THE HAPPY TANDEMER SAYS A BIG ‘THANK YOU’ TO DEEP.

STEPHEN HAS BEEN REALLY BUSY AND REPORTS ON A GREAT DAY AT THE LOST GARDENS OF HELIGAN.

JACQUI REPORTS ON THE FINAL MEETING OF THE DEAR GROUP.

WENDY SPEAKS TO SUE ABOUT WORKING AT HOUSING 21.

LATEST NEWS FROM ANTI GLENDA

HOWARD IS ALSO AT HOUSING 21 TO ENCOURAGE NEW DIARISTS

 


Note for Professionals

You can use these Diaries as part of your Dementia Training.

As a courtesy, please email Rachel Niblock at Niblock@myid.org.uk to let her know that you will be using some of the Diaries, it helps when applying for funding in the future.