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3NDWG Webinar Meeting the challenges of our new reality - Shared screen with speaker view
Mark Neville
26:11
Good morning everyone. My apologies but I will leaving the webinar at 11:45am. Thank you, Mark (Neville)
Julie Thomas
29:29
Good morning to all from South Wales
Neville Davies
29:30
Morning everyone, Neville Davies, dementia support worker f from the Alzheimer's Society (South Wales)
Julie Thomas
30:29
Julie Thomas, Lead Volunteer at Activity Group in Blaenau Gwent for the Alz Soc.
Chris
30:58
Good morning all
Keith
31:25
Great to be with you, looking forward to next hour
Winsome Barrett-Muir
31:29
Good morning everyone. I'm the project coordinator for the South Gloucestershire Dementia Action Alliance
Emma Quaeck
32:12
Good morning all, from sunny North Wales !
Jackie Swapp
33:12
Good morning from a sunny Kent.
Keith
40:13
Frances - your poetry as a part of the Time and Place poetry projectt during lock down was lovely
Julie Hayden
40:59
looking forward to your painting Frannie xx
Julie Thomas
41:24
Frances - did you mention Watercolours then? Will it be on Zoom please?
Susan Collins
42:08
Great to see you have not lost your sense of humour! That's so important.
Julie Thomas
42:17
Thanks Chris
Julie Thomas
44:10
I have an "Idiots Guide to Zoom" if anyone would like a copy of it
Emma Quaeck
45:01
Yes please I'd be interested in an idiots guide, could you email me please Julie emmajaynequaeck@gwynedd.llyw.cymru
Winsome Barrett-Muir
45:06
Hi Julie Thomas. Can you please send a copy to dementia@southernbrooks.org.uk
Keith
45:08
For attendees info - the Time and Place project which Frances said such kind words about is to be covered in a future edition of the Journal of Dementia Care and we have a bid currently with the National Lottery to take the project further in the Autumn. Maybe I can return to this with others who were in the project at a future webinar
Winsome Barrett-Muir
46:25
Keith is this time and place project still ongoing and is it something that can be opened to all persons with dementia in the UK?
Julie Thomas
46:34
Anyone who wants a copy please email me on ju3thomas@gmail.com and I will forward one to you
Winsome Barrett-Muir
47:09
thank you Julie Thomas
Emma Quaeck
47:55
Thank you Julie
emily wilson
48:01
Thank you Julie
Keith
48:27
Winsome - I will return to this at the next webinar in two weeks time
Emma Quaeck
48:41
Do we get a copy of these slides please?
Julie Thomas
49:09
I would like a copy of the slides too please
Keith
50:18
fab talk through on the use of zoom Chris
Winsome Barrett-Muir
51:29
will these powerpoints be available to us? They are very helpful
Dementia Voice Alzheimer's Society
52:20
Yes we will make them available on our website by next week. www.3NDWG.org.uk
Julie Thomas
52:39
Thanks a lot
Winsome Barrett-Muir
54:57
Thank you for sharing the powerpoints
Emma Quaeck
57:10
Thank you for sharing such a wonderful analogy Chris- makes so much sense.
Dementia Voice Alzheimer's Society
01:00:44
3NDWG run weekend socials on Zoom Saturday at 11:00 and Sunday at 15:00. They are only for people living with dementia, there is no agenda, just chat and social for an hour. If you know someone who has little company at the weekend then everyone is welcome. Please register the person as a member of 3NDWG and they will receive details of how to take part each week.
Julie Thomas
01:00:47
Zoom is good because you have a copy of the webinar. You must be careful to keep to the agenda though, in meetings you can go off the point, but with Zoom you are time limited.
Trevor Wise
01:04:50
Teaspoon usage varies from day to day. It is not very easy to predict.
Julie Thomas
01:05:12
I remember taking our group to a Christmas Meal at a local pub. We had pre-ordered our food but when they delivered the food to the group, the waiters were not pleased when the group could not remember their orders. We made a complaint afterwards - no understanding of dementia, though it was a few years ago.
Dementia Voice Alzheimer's Society
01:07:20
The new normal is all about us being kinder and more compassionate.
Emma Quaeck
01:09:11
Good if family and friends can help persuade and reduce reluctance to have a go. There is so much digital support in local communities now.
Julie Thomas
01:10:24
Our Learning Action Centre in Ebbw Vale is running a Digital Basics webinar every Thursday morning at 11am
Mark Neville
01:13:06
Thank you so much guys; very informative as always! My apologies for having to leave slightly early. Mark
Zoe Harris
01:16:46
Horrified to hear about Frances' hospital experience. Trying to improve this with Mycarematters profiles, but major culture shift required!
Trevor Wise
01:16:46
I had to go into hospital for an urgent procedure in April. My wife insisted on coming with me and stay and they allowed it when she said it was that or I didn't go in.
Julie Thomas
01:18:52
Thank you for a great webinar, very informative and honest chat.
Alan Richardson
01:18:56
One of the benefits for me in my volunteering and being a former family carer- is joining yourselves, as associate member - meeting many of you and showing us how people can live with it.
Julie Thomas
01:20:47
If you send a message to Lynne Neagle at the Senedd - she is the Dementia Lead
emily wilson
01:22:07
All new nursing students in Queens University Belfast receive Dementia Friendly community training
Winsome Barrett-Muir
01:22:37
Thank you for this webinar- interesting to hear the experience of Chris and Frances about hospital stays. We hope this is improving especially with Covid-19
Julie Thomas
01:23:37
I am doing a walk and raised £155 so far
Winsome Barrett-Muir
01:23:56
congratulations Julie
Emma Quaeck
01:24:18
Fabulous and informative webinar which will help guide my team to support people living with dementia.
emily wilson
01:24:27
Im not sure if I will be doing a walk this year as hubby and sister both passed away this year
Keith
01:24:28
well don all
Jackie Swapp
01:24:31
thank you