Tag Archives: TED

Changing the world of dementia – one tweet at a time

The blog has been quiet for a while. Quiet is often good – especially when amazing things are happening behind the scenes! The last week has been exciting. The passionate gang of people who have written guest blogs in this series … Continue reading

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In the shoes of … Alanna Shaikh | A positive approach to dementia (TED video)

Do you follow the inspiring TED videos? For today’s “in my shoes” blogpost, I am honoured that TED has given permission for us to share this unusual video. “The more things my hands know how to do, the more things … Continue reading

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