With both in-person and online options you will:
How can we use what we’ve learned during the pandemic to improve the lives of people with dementia? This participatory event invites you to collaborate with the IDEAL team on a new resource designed to inspire people with dementia and their carers, and offer new ideas about how to live well with the condition under five key themes: Stay safe and well; Stay connected; Keep a sense of purpose; Stay active; and Stay positive.
The IDEAL programme from the University of Exeter is a research team seeking to understand which things make a difference to living well with dementia. Find us on twitter @IDEALStudyTweet
All are welcome – including children and teenagers with an interest in digital media! – and this event will be of particular interest to those people affected by dementia.
We are running a competition for 11-18-year-olds to design a resource for people with dementia which will be included within the toolkit, with the winner announced at the event. First prize is £100 and the deadline is 12th November. Find out more here http://idealproject.org.uk
Families affected by dementia, anyone who works in or around dementia care, community leaders, policymakers, healthcare professionals, digital communicators – if we want to live in a dementia-friendly society, there is nobody whom dementia does not affect. This is why we’re welcoming everyone!
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