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3NDWG: How Dementia is portrayed in the Media - Shared screen with speaker view
Duncan Jones
33:47
Morning all. Looking forward to this.
Versha S Mahindra
52:11
This is incredible first hand information Keith. Thank you
Versha S Mahindra
53:59
Keith you are a great inspiration for those living with dementia, who want to keep busy to keep their skills active and learn new skills at the same time.
Nicky Taylor
55:23
Fabulous poem Keith. So well articulated how people with dementia are too often portrayed.
Sian Blackham
56:14
Hi Keith. You are a brilliant ambassador for Alzheimer's Society and do so much to support us. What advice would you give to people with dementia who are new to giving interviews? Thanks. Sian from Alzheimer's Society.
Versha S Mahindra
01:03:09
Please would you share the link to the video…?
Philly Hare
01:03:14
Great discussion - and great to highlight that ‘decline’ is not always fast, and life can be lived.
Philly Hare
01:07:27
http://dementiavoices.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/DEEP-Guide-Language.pdf
Philly Hare
01:08:48
There are some great resources here too https://www.dementiaaction.org.uk/dementiawords
Sian Blackham
01:09:27
Here's a link to the Alzheimer's Society dementia friendly guide https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/about-us/news-and-media/dementia-friendly-media-guide
Sian Blackham
01:10:10
If anyone has problems accessing the guide, please email press@alzheimers.org.uk and we'd be happy to help :)
Marc Harvey
01:11:02
Thank you for sharing the documents above
Philly Hare
01:12:27
Interesting point about the impact of media - but of course the impact can be damaging if dementia is framed in a harmful way…
Philly Hare
01:16:46
Love the message that you should be in charge.
Sian Blackham
01:18:24
If anyone affected by dementia is interested in telling their story in the media to raise awareness. Please email press@alzheimers.org.uk and the Alzheimer's Society media team will be happy to support you.
Sian Blackham
01:23:18
The Restaurant That Makes Mistakes series is available to watch on All 4. I highly recommend it. I was lucky enough to dine at the restaurant and meet some of the team. Incredible food and service.
Sian Blackham
01:28:25
Here's the link https://www.channel4.com/programmes/the-restaurant-that-makes-mistakes
James Erskine
01:28:55
The Documentary piece Jim Reed made with KeithDementia: A Month in the Life – BBC Newshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJObR8TqBIM
Philly Hare
01:34:14
Yes very interesting webinar!
ceri higgins
01:34:39
think media 2 could represent the way media relays research info and the use of words cure..
Duncan Jones
01:35:23
Well done Keith. Excellent session.
Sian Blackham
01:35:26
Thank you all so much. A really insightful session.
Marc Harvey
01:35:51
Thank you very much for an interesting session