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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…a social work student | Passionate about personalisation for everyone

Today we have a brand new perspective. A woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, was sneered at by professionals when she was “just” a support worker. So she decided to qualify as a social worker!  For Day 20  of our series … 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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