Tuesday, 10 December 2013

Today speaking at performance ‘Seeing Auntie’ play Caledonian University

Tuesday 17th December 2013 Dementia Awareness and ‘Seeing Auntie’


with great thanks to Caledonian University for inviting me to speak at  the performance   ‘Seeing Auntie’ play

thank you to all involved and i look forward to both speaking and attending

we will also have a Dementia Carer Voices information stand 

09:30                   Registration and networking
10:00                    Professor Stevenson; Welcome / aim
10:10                    Seeing Auntie; Breeze   Productions  
10:50 -11:20        Tommy Whitelaw; Dementia Carers Voices Project  
11:30                   Patient Information Centre Team; who we are and what we do

11:45                           Gill Ryan; NHS Education for Scotland Equal Partners in Care (The EPiC Project)          

12:00                   Andy Lowndes: Connecting music, people and memories (Playlist for Life)

Stands                         Alzheimer's Scotland;
Carers Trust;

Equal Partners in Care (Epic) 
Project; Dementia Carers Voices Project 

1 comment:

  1. Absolutely emotionaly charged presentation. Thankyou@cgraha Student Nurse GCU Mental Health& Carer


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