dementia dialogue
dementia dialogue
Presentations and Lifestory work
“I found the session very informative and well prepared. I totally loved your presentation about Japan, I felt feeling really positive”.

Independent Mental Health Advocate

“Talking to our carers they all enjoyed the presentation and found it very practical with some great ideas. It was lovely to see the research/your work from Japan”.
Comment from one of the carers: “Thank you for inviting me to this talk which was extremely helpful and interesting”.

Adult Carers Assessment Support Worker at Merton Carers

“The Toolkit is a useful guide and checklist for anyone working with people suffering from dementia, in any setting. It demonstrates the expertise the author has seen in Japan and working with people with dementia and their carers. The guide is packed with useful tips that do not require many resources”.

Older People Joint Commissioning Manager

Tailored Training and Workshops
“Thanks so much for the training, Angelika. We found it really useful to better understand dementia and the training will help us engage with those living with Dementia”.

Manager Healthwatch Greenwich

“Thoroughly enjoyed the Knitting for Wellbeing session and definitely agree that the combination of making something and engaging with others in a group setting had very real and instant benefits for my mood. A thoughtfully planned session and particularly liked the concept of making a memory purse containing a happy memory which you could dip into when you need a boost!”
Please read review by Jane Unsworth
“I found this event very informative and inspiring. Participants were chatting like old friends trading memories and reflections on family, childhood and life in general by the end of the afternoon. Thank you Angelika, it was wonderful.”

Knitting for Wellbeing workshop Participants

One-to-One family carer sessions
“Thank you, very good to talk about issues that were of great concern for me”.

Family carer – Husband

“Interesting, lots of info and suggestions. Made aware of breaks available/clubs and activities”.
“Very grateful for help and understanding of our issues and needs. Very helpful at time of need. Important and significant for my father”.

Family carer – Daughter

The wellbeing of a person with dementia is at the core of our work, we believe positive dialogue is the key to living well with dementia

20th December 2015