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3NDWG - Living Well / Dying Well: Part 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
3NDWG
35:06
Hello and Welcome everyone!
Alan Richardson
44:39
Takes me back to Caring 1995 to 2009 - our journey discussed as a family alongside our GP. Why I Volunteer - as our plan was followed through to the end - our journey together. Good to hear from Jennifer today/
Hazel Haworth
45:24
Wow, such a powerful video. So glad to have watched it and will use it again.
Alison Locke
45:44
Wonderful Jenny, so meaningful thank you!
Hilary Doxford
45:54
What a wonderful Video Jennifer, put so well
Louise O'Gorman
46:09
What an amazing insight - thankyou Jennifer
3NDWG
46:42
Dementia Issues: End of LifeJennifer Butehttps://vimeo.com/116842307
Jennifer Bute
47:53
Of course anyone can use the video
Hazel Haworth
54:14
It is really interesting to hear about peoples hopes, wishes and fears. Dementia NI members have requested us to focus some support on end of life preparation so this is very timely for us.
Hilary Doxford
54:14
thank you Rasa. thank you for speaking so clearly. This is fascinating. Do you think the country differences apply to the population as a whole and not just the desires of people with dementia
Julie Thomas
54:58
Hi it's Julie from South Wales, sorry I am so late.
Hilary Doxford
57:11
thank you for going for open access, good planning
3NDWG
59:32
https://www.3ndementiawg.org/category/events/
Julie Thomas
59:51
Thanks Keith, I am glad it will be recorded.
3NDWG
01:00:36
Rasa Mikelyte:R.Mikelyte@kent.ac.ukKaren Harrison Dening:karen.harrison-dening@dementiauk.org
Julie Thomas
01:02:26
Sometimes the family are too scared to face the future too.
Hilary Doxford
01:05:40
Glad Karen and Rasa are on this, they obviously want it to make a difference to our lives - thank you. when do you think you will be able to take your recommendations to govt policy makers and are you hopeful you will have strong suggestions that will make significant improvements? Any thoughts on what you may be proposing?
Hilary Doxford
01:07:50
Thank you Julie
Julie Thomas
01:08:31
Thanks Julie for your honest views x
Hazel Haworth
01:16:18
Very interesting. We have been discussing whether its something we could campaign on
Julie Thomas
01:18:31
I agree Karen and the Alz Society has treated their service users in a terrible way in Wales.
Julie Thomas
01:28:40
My mother could not make her own decisions so I did it as an only daughter - I had power of attorney.
Julie Hayden
01:29:14
I'm not afraid of dying, just not being allowed to live (Chrstine Thelker)
Hazel Haworth
01:31:00
Thankyou. It was very useful to see that laid out and explained so clearly.
Hilary Doxford
01:31:06
Thank you excellent all of you
3NDWG
01:31:11
Contact Us:3ndwg@alzheimers.org.uk
Helen Wilfort
01:31:19
Thank you all - very interesting and thought provoking
3NDWG
01:31:25
Register for the next Webinar:Living Well / Dying Well: Part 2https://alzheimers.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_dUn2sdQSQZeXfe_p33VhYA
Julie Thomas
01:31:31
Thank you so much - a great webinar as usual.
Alison Locke
01:31:35
Thank you very much everyone!
3NDWG
01:31:46
3NDWG Website:https://www.3ndementiawg.org/
Julie Preston
01:31:48
Thank you all so much