Archive for category: From Seldom Heard to Seen & Heard

NDAA decade of achievements

Although the NDAA is formally disestablished (but working on the Dementia-Friendly Hospital Charter Wales and England until October 2021), there is much to be celebrated in what the alliance, members, hospital trusts and campaign partners have achieved since it was founded in 2010. There have been detailed annual reports,...

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Supporting people from BAME communities affected by dementia under the Covid pandemic

The Race Equality Foundation’s programme supporting people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities affected by dementia under the Covid pandemic has come to an end and a newsletter summarising the programme is available here. Race Equality Foundation were awarded a grant by the Department of Health and Social...

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Speak out with dementia- An online peer support group for LGBTQ+ people living with a diagnosis of dementia

Speak out with dementia is a new online group for people who are living with a diagnosis of dementia, and who identify as LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer). The group will give members the chance to express themselves and support each other in a safe environment where their experiences,...

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Alzheimer’s Society looking for LGBT people to join reader panels

Alzheimer’s Society are looking for LGBT+ people to join their publications reader panels. Help them improve services & support by emailing: publications@alzheimers.org.uk for more info. Read about the Bring Dementia Out programme by LGBT Foundation https://lgbt.foundation/bringdementiaout   Read National Dementia Action Alliance’s From Seldom Heard to Seen and Heard...

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