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The Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project - DEEP - The U.K Network of Dementia Voices
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Antonia.Pike Dec 6
The best person to get in touch with is Alima Sonne who works with the Springboard group. Her email is Alima.Sonne@makingspace.co.uk
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DEEP UK Dec 6
. tried calling Herbert Court to secure copy of THE calendar ..wonder if you might help? Would like to offer as a prize to for our best photo competition (though every other photo may well be a runner up after this one!)
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DEEP UK Dec 6
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DEEP UK Dec 6
. are looking for your thoughts about transport for their Dementia Enquirers project
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UK Health Radio™ Dec 4
The 'D' Word by Pete Hill on - This week Pete talks to Keith Oliver about life after a diagnosis, his work as an and peoples attitudes to .
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AlzChat Dec 6
Mon Dec 2, 2019 “Simple, practical tips to make everyday things easier for a person with dementia” transcript at: via
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The dark lord Dec 6
Safeguarding consultancy, reviews and audits | SCIE via
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A.A.Milne Dec 5
Eeyore thought sadly to himself, "Why?" Sometimes he thought, "Wherefore?" Sometimes he thought, "Inasmuch as which?" Sometimes he didn't quite know what he was thinking about. So when Pooh came along, Eeyore was glad to stop thinking for a little."~A.A.Milne
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DEEP UK Dec 6
Replying to @CeartasAdvocacy
Such a great thing to do. Ask the people who use or likely to use your service to check it out if it is fit for purpose. 👍
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Ceartas Advocacy Dec 6
Replying to @DementiaVoices
😂🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 - some highlights below
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DEEP UK Dec 6
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DEEP UK Dec 6
no excuse ... please rethink your use of language when describing people living with dementia.
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DEEP UK Dec 6
Sounds like a brilliant idea! One to discuss with methinks. Loving the words too!
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East Sussex DEEP Dec 1
On Thursday we held our third meeting in Hastings. I asked the group words to describe their experience; hope, friendship, support, joy, education, action, connection, fun. They came up with an idea to make a reference booklet using the dementia diaries as an educational tool.
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DEEP UK Dec 6
Replying to @CeartasAdvocacy
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Ceartas Advocacy Dec 6
Sounded like a very productive and positive conversation yesterday (I sit next to Michelle and she looked v. happy 😆) - this message will make her morning, thank you - will tag you in any exciting things we're doing in future
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Issie Howard Dec 6
You can buy one from St Herbert's Court in Chadderton, £5 per calendar 👍😊
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Lynne Neagle Dec 5
Awful - how is this happening? Esp in light of ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁦⁩ important ‘Welsh Speakers’ Dementia Care Report’ . Pleased to see ⁦⁩ speaking out on this. dementia patient faces move to England
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DEEP UK Dec 6
You can use the outdoor and indoor audits available here to help you check (preferably do the checklist with people living with dementia!) Signage also available for you to print off too Thank you 🙏🏻
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DEEP UK Dec 6
And how do you get copies? ..... ..... 🤣😂🤣😂🤣👍👍👍👍
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