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“I know how to participate in {dementia} research”

“I” statements are very powerful. I love the 26 “I” statements of Making it Real. I am working in partnership with Think Local, Act Personal (TLAP) and the new electronic Whose Shoes?® – Making It Real is aligned to these … Continue reading

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In the shoes of… Julie Christie | Dementia researcher

Today I am delighted to host a guest blog from Julie Christie. And, you guessed it, there is another ‘twitter story’ behind this fascinating contribution to the series… As many of you will know, there are many very interesting and … Continue reading

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In the shoes of … Ming Ho | Writer and family carer

It was a great  pleasure to meet Ming Ho, a family carer and talented writer, and so many other fab #dementiachallengers at the recent Dementia Congress, Brighton. Ming and I soon got chatting and found we had plenty of things in … Continue reading

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In the shoes of … Kath Horner | Health Improvement Principal | Public Health NHS Sheffield

This photo was taken 80 years ago, almost to the day.  How many of these men had grandchildren – babies, who will now themselves be in their eighties, a significant number perhaps living with dementia? It seems very poignant to … Continue reading

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In the shoes of…Philippa Hare | Programme Manager | Dementia Without Walls

What would it be like to live in a dementia-friendly city? I recently attended the Community Care Live event in London. (I attended the launch of the brilliant TLAP “Making It Real” project that I am involved with, but that’s another story…) … Continue reading

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In the shoes of… Antonia Servera-Higgins | Former Publications Manager | Dementia Services Development Centre | University of Stirling

Following my own post yesterday, I am delighted to introduce the first guest in this series of ‘walk in my shoes’ blogposts, looking at dementia from different perspectives. I came across the work of the Dementia Services Develpoment Centre when I … Continue reading

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