Monday, 16 June 2014

Wednesday Speaking Wolfson Lecture Theatre- City Hospital,Dudley Road,Birmingham



With great thanks to Estelle Greenwood Project Facilitator  Nursing Division City hospital Birmingham 
For the kind invite to speak On Wednesday 18th June 2014 - Wolfson  Lecture Theatre, Post Graduate Centre, City Hospital, Dudley Road, Birmingham
“Dementia Theatre” -  Wednesday 18th June 2014

Wolfson Lecture Theatre, Post Graduate Centre,
City Hospital, Dudley Road, Birmingham, B18 7QH
8.30 am – 12 midday

8.30 am
Refreshments served in Post Graduate Coffee Lounge

8.45 am
Welcome and Introduction
Diane Rhoden (Adult Lead Safeguarding Nurse) & Estelle Greenwood (Project Facilitator)
8.50 am
Colin Ovington – Chief Nurse
9.00 am
Az2B – Theatre Company – Forums Live on Stage – Interactive Session
Belinda Lazenby is the Artistic Director of Az2B (Grandma Remember Me) which is an exciting new Theatre Company based in Penryn in Cornwall. It was set up with the intention of bringing great theatre to as many people as possible. The Company aims to generate a reputation for high quality, inspirational theatre which is exciting, entertaining and has something to say.
10.15 am
Guest Speaker - Tommy Whitelaw
Tommy Whitelaw – One man’s mission to raise awareness of dementia.  Son, Carer, Campaigner.  Tommy Whitelaw from Glasgow was a full time carer for his mother Joan, who had vascular dementia until she sadly passed away in September 2012
11.15 am

11.30 – 12 midday
Close by Toby Lewis - CEO


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