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3NDWG Webinar - Mindfulness & Mental Health - Shared screen with speaker view
Julie Thomas
38:46
Good morning
Peter Jones
40:32
Good morning
Nigel Hullah
40:47
Good Morning everyone .
ceri higgins
40:49
morning all. bore da.
Mark Neville
42:13
Dear Keith, Excellent talk! Thank you.
ceri higgins
42:32
very interesting thankyou keith.
Peter Jones
43:08
Very intresting
Laura Higgins
43:25
Thank you for the information Keith
Keith Oliver
50:23
I cannot find a book specifically on Tree of life but one on narrative therapy is very good - What is narrative therapy, an easy to read introduction by Alice Morgan.
Julie Hammon
50:24
There is a really good book called Mindfulness in the Natural World, I have used that to help me connect to the benefits of what nature can bring us, in a way we can tailor for ourselves.
Keith Oliver
51:28
If anyone wants more info on Tree of Life please DO email me - my email is keith_oliver88@hotmail.com and I will send you three or three sheets I use on it
Mark Neville
53:08
Thank you Agnes; excellent!
Chris Maddocks
53:19
Brilliant, thank you Agnes for sharing
James Erskine
53:52
We are particularly keen for female steering group members.If you are interested, please contact3ndwg@alzheimers.org.uk
Julie Thomas
53:59
Thanks Keith, I will email you later.
Julie Hayden
54:43
Thanks to Keith and Agnes, wonderful xx
Julie Thomas
54:57
I would like to join the steering group but I do not have dementia - would this stop me?
Peter Jones
55:16
Well said Agnes it was well presented
ceri higgins
55:33
thankyou Agnes. breathing properly is so important....
Julie Thomas
55:47
Thank you Agnes, great presentation.
Kath Pyke
56:01
Always so interesting to hear from you Agnes. Thank you!
James Erskine
57:20
The steering group for the 3NDWG is made up completely of people with a diagnosis of dementia.
Chris Maddocks
57:32
Brilliant Agnes, thanks for sharing. Glad your mindfulness and yoga have kept you out of hospital and kept you well
Julie Thomas
58:07
Thank you James
Peter Jones
58:19
Intrested in the breathing techniques
Fiona Bladon
59:24
In answer to Maq's question: yes, definitely
Jane Mullins
01:00:14
absolutely from what I have heard from many people who have dementia and research undertaken - all of these aspects impact
Vicky Hopkins
01:02:10
I agree that all of the factors you mentioned, and more, have an impact on mental health, and wellbeing
ceri higgins
01:02:44
yes I agree with those headings having an impact. where you live, impacts on services available, financial status, impacts on many things...etc
Jane Mullins
01:02:56
Thank you Julia for sharing your experience - so resonates with many families I have listened to
Jane Mullins
01:04:42
Mindfulness takes us away from the stressors of using our cognition
ceri higgins
01:05:41
the moment is so important when caring for a person living with for example dlb ..as in my dads case they could change from minute to minute.
Julie Thomas
01:06:13
I suffer from anxiety and many years ago I did a 6 week course of Mindfulness and it was very helpful.
Jane Mullins
01:09:56
Thank you that was beautiful and your voice so calm
Julie Thomas
01:10:04
Thank you Julia, that was lovely
Rikki Lorenti
01:10:05
Good morning to you all. This website might support Keith excellent definition of tree of life narrative https://firefly255.wordpress.com/2016/05/20/narrative-therapy-project-tree-of-life/
Keith Oliver
01:10:29
Thanks for this
David Garland
01:11:42
Great to hear your talk Julia. As Agnes was hinting it can be quite hard for people with dementia to access therapeutic interventions. I was wondering if you have more plans to offer mindfulness to people with dementia?
Chris Maddocks
01:12:03
Thank you Julia, I could listen to your voice all day, Could you put that definition you gave in the chat box please
Alison Locke
01:12:10
thank you Julia,
Mark Neville
01:12:54
Thank you Julia, very informative talk.
Peter Jones
01:13:05
Julies voice is so calming and makes you relax
Jane Mullins
01:13:10
beautiful
Julie Hayden
01:13:28
Could work with DEEP's Dementia Enquirers into furthering that research Julia xx
Jane Mullins
01:14:16
and Centre for Ageing and Dementia Research, at Swansea University where I work
ceri higgins
01:16:07
thankyou Julia. good to see you in person. clhclhhiggsees! studying therapies briefly as part of my degree not to provide but the history. interesting.
David Garland
01:19:29
Thanks Agnes.
Jane Mullins
01:20:05
Really interesting Jennifer, you're right I have often "caught" other peoples emotions - being empathic
Jane Mullins
01:20:55
Yes I totally agree in my nursing practice - such a sense of value
Chris Maddocks
01:22:29
We all need purpose in our lives, we lose our sense of purpose when diagnosed with dementia and losing our job. I felt my sense of purpose had gone with these
Jane Mullins
01:23:41
My PhD research has explored re connecting with a sense of purpose following a diagnosis of dementia
Mark Neville
01:23:57
Dear Jennifer, thank you! A wonderful summary of what should be important to us all.
Jane Mullins
01:24:06
Thank you Jennifer, again so beautiful
Rikki Lorenti
01:24:18
Jennifer. Thank-you optimistic!!!!
ceri higgins
01:24:23
thankyou jennifer
Julie Hayden
01:24:28
Wonderful as ever Jennifer x
Julie Thomas
01:24:31
Well done Jennifer, thanks very much
Chris Maddocks
01:24:41
Thank you Jennifer, so informative and helpful
Fiona Bladon
01:25:01
all fascinating. well done speakers and thank you
Julie Thomas
01:26:26
Great webinar, thank you all for a good session.
Alison Locke
01:26:54
Sounds like a wonderful place Jennifer
Peter Jones
01:27:17
Thank you to all the speakers it was a good session
James Erskine
01:27:30
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Mark Neville
01:27:57
A brilliant event today. Thank you to you all. My very best wishes.
Jackie Milan
01:27:58
Thank you to everyone for sharing their thoughts with us.
James Erskine
01:27:58
You can catch-up on previous Webinars on our website:www.3ndwg.org/events
Rikki Lorenti
01:28:34
Thank-you all very much. This is so optimistic.
Judy Robbe
01:28:55
Thankyou so much from Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
Julia Powell
01:29:59
Please email me if you want more information about mindfulness for people with dementia julia@juliapowell.co.uk
James Erskine
01:31:15
If you have any comments or questions please feel free to contact us:3ndwg@alzheimers.org.uk
Julie Hayden
01:31:55
Brilliant Agnes xx
Peter Jones
01:32:03
Thank you Agnes I will try this
Julie Thomas
01:32:34
Very good Agnes, it is so good to see the yoga.
Chris Maddocks
01:33:41
Great to see your breathing exercises Agnes, very helpful. I will practice these
James Erskine
01:36:10
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ceri higgins
01:36:16
thankyou..all
Maria Gialama
01:36:21
thank you so much for this! :)
Laura Higgins
01:36:34
Thank you everyone!
Vicky Hopkins
01:36:35
Thank you! Very informative