Thursday, 14 March 2013

special our story BBC radio Scotland has been re scheduled the letters the ife stories

this has been re scheduled .waiting  on a new date 


Easter Monday Dementia BBC special our story BBC radio Scotland the  letters the ife stories

BBC radio Scotland will be re- airing broadcast about caring for mum mum and the life stories on Easter Monday
Please see below the link to the BBC Scotland Medical Matters  Dementia, who looks after the carers /Tommyontour the letters special With great thanks to the amazing families who write to me and share their stories and for their courage in reading them out also to Sally Magnusson for her kind interviews and producer Liza Grieg for her and Sallies understanding and respect to all involved  

with great thanks to Prof June Andrews for her advice and Knowledge on the show

The campaign to raise awareness continues you can send you’re story

to tommy@i-woz-there.com 
  

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01nq2xt

Caring for Carers
As someone who's cared for a parent with dementia, Sally Magnusson is concerned that there isn't enough support for carers looking after their relatives at home. In this Medical Matters, Sally talks to carers of people with dementia, including campaigner Tommy Whitelaw, who toured Scotland raising awareness of how dementia affects sufferers and their carers, by asking carers to write letters telling their stories that he presents to the Scottish Government. Though caring for a loved one is often a privilege, Sally discusses what makes it such a challenging and traumatic experience, and asks what we can all do to ease the strain on carers.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thank you for leaving a comment at the tommyontour blog. Your comment will be moderated and published very soon.

Make a Difference talks across Universities and Colleges – the class of 2017

As many people take their first steps into nursing and many other areas of health and social care, Dementia Carer Voices are proud to cont...