Tag Archives: reminiscence

In the shoes of… | Gill’s Mum – Remembering Christmas Past…

Have you been following Sarah Reed’s super advent series, posting Christmas reminiscences from some of her friends and colleagues? If not, have a browse, because it is lovely! I was delighted to be featured this week remembering my very simple … Continue reading

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Co-producing inclusive, vibrant #dementiachallengers events in Scotland

Well the invisible hordes are coming out of the shadows and becoming real people… very supportive, creative passionate people. And they are bringing their own ‘invisible hordes’ in their wake… I would like to include here a lovely film made … Continue reading

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Round up of “In my shoes” – Dementia Awareness, Week 10

We are now at the end of Week 10 of this “in my shoes” series of guest blogs, looking at dementia from different perspectives… recovering from the Olympics, and looking forward to the Paralympics, the blog itself  is turning into a … Continue reading

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Round up of “In my shoes” – Dementia Awareness, Week 9

We are now at the end of Week 9 of this “in my shoes” series of guest blogs, looking at dementia from different perspectives. The blog is proving to be a great opportunity for lots of shy violets and first-time-bloggers to pick … Continue reading

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Round up of “In my shoes” – Dementia Awareness, Week 8

We are now at the end of Week 8 of this “in my shoes” series, looking at dementia from different perspectives. What started as an idea for Dementia Awareness Week has turned into an extended series of daily guest blogs with … Continue reading

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Round up of “In my shoes” – Dementia Awareness, Week 7

We are now at the end of Week 7 of this “in my shoes” series, looking at dementia from different perspectives. What started as an idea for Dementia Awareness Week has turned into an extended series of daily guest blogs with … Continue reading

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In the shoes of Tony Jameson-Allen | Co-founder of The Sporting Memories Network C.I.C

It is Day 38 of this “in my shoes” blog series, looking at dementia from different perspectives. Very different perspectives! What started as an idea for Dementia Awareness Week has turned into a daily blogpost as I keep hearing such compelling … Continue reading

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In the shoes of…Simon Foster | Director | Equip 4 Change and Co-creator of Care Fit for VIPs

We hear many negative stories about care homes, so it is geat to be able to share some more really good practice in dementia care. What makes a care home ‘Fit for VIPS?’ This is a subject very close to … Continue reading

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In the shoes of Stuart Arnott | Founder | Mindings

It is amazing how many people regularly share the minutiae of their lives, via Twitter, Facebook etc, with fairly casual acquaintances and yet they cannot share family photos and messages with elderly parents who would really appreciate them. Building on … Continue reading

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In the shoes of…Sarah Reed | Reminiscence and dementia communications specialist and award-winning designer

Day 22 of our “In my shoes” series, looking at dementia from different perspectives, introduces one of my Twitter favourites. As soon as I discovered Sarah Reed, tweeting as @SarahReed_MHR, I saw a kindred spirit and I am a great … Continue reading

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