Saturday, 20 December 2014

Today attending launch MakeaDifferenceNHSaaa film UniversityHospital Ayr

I am truly honored to be attending the launch of Make A Diference  NHSAAA on Friday December 12th at the lecture theatre University hospital Ayr 09:30am A FILM  made in partnership with NHS Ayrshire and Arran and the University of the West of Scotland Dementia Carer Voices and ALLIANCE Scotland 
I am also proud to be able to  share a preview of the upcoming Film,The documentary was filmed during ,over and after my 13 talks across Ayrshire along with our vist and cross party support at the Scottish parliament 
The film will hear from and  follow staff as they speak about and make their pledges and will see how they progress in fulfilling them. This will give a real insight into the ways in which people can make a difference in their daily lives, and crucially gives the opportunity for people to give honest feedback in real time about any potential barriers that make it harder for them to fulfil their pledge. NHS Ayrshire and Arran are committed to supporting staff on their ‘make a difference’ journey, along with pledges from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and NHS Scotland CEO Paul Gray   
I would personally like like to say a huge thank you  from the bottom of my heart  to the all the team for their continued passion ,kindness guidance & support, particularly Derek Barron, Fiona McQueen, Janice McAlister, Amanda Johnson and Lynne McLaughlin. 
I am so glad to have met you all ,this campaign is called you can make a difference and you have helped make a difference in my life thank you 
  The team at NHSaaa will now work with staff to help to make sure that people are given the best opportunity to fulfill their pledges and give the best support and care, and to make a difference in the lives of people with dementia, their families and carers.
You can click on the image Below to preview the  trailer for a longer film which will be launched on 12th December in NHS Ayrshire and Arran University Hospital Ayr lecture theatre.
make a difference film

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