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friendsWill you be a dementia friend?
Premier is partnering with Public Health England and the Alzheimer’s Society to seek to recruit one million Dementia Friends, who will help people with dementia to live well for longer. more ...
Jonathan Clark
dementiaThe Dementia Friendly Churches Initiative
The Dementia Friendly Churches Initiative offers a range of services / resources to support churches to become more accessible and inclusive for people with dementia and their carers. more ...
Livability
brainDementia - what you need to know
Dementia affects 800,000 people in the UK. This will double by 2050. This article gives an overview of dementia and how the church can help. more ...
The Mind and Soul Team, with Livability
lightsWatching The Lights Go Out
A review of Lucy Whitman’s new book “Telling Tales About Dementia” where Carers of those experiencing dementia share their stories. more ...
Jonathan Clark
strangeIn a Strange Land: People with Dementia and the Local Church
Looking at how the local church can include and care for people with dementia, this is a groundbreaking book on a little-discussed subject. They may be in a 'strange land', but have not some of us as well? more ...
Malcolm Goldsmith
1010 tips for creating dementia friendly churches
Dementia Friendly Churches are churches that include and welcome people with dementia. They offer people with dementia respect and dignity, and promote knowledge and awareness about dementia within the local community. more ...
Trevor Adams
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Dementia and FaithThings Unseen
Main AV Folder
Downloads:1813
Recorded:06/02/2015
Length:30 minutes
First published at http://www.thingsunseen.co.uk/podcasts/dementia-faith/ No fewer than 850,000 people in the UK are living with dementia. With the baby boomer generation getting older, the numbers of those receiving this devastating diagnosis are set to rise further. Yet even when short-term memory or the ability to operate gadgets are badly affected, the memory of what has been meaningful for the patient usually remains intact for a long time. This emotional memory includes the memory of faith. I
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