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3NDWG: Time for Dementia - Shared screen with speaker view
james Erskine
32:46
Hello everyone!
Amy Hedger
32:47
Good morning everyone!
Lauren Wonnacott
32:54
Morning everyone :-)
Denise Bermingham
33:01
Hello!
Lesley Evans
33:05
Good Morning Everyone
Amanda Boult
33:07
Good morning from Lancashire
Stephen Hallam
33:12
morning everyone
Bernadine McCrory
33:15
good morning from Northern Ireland ☺️
Katrina Avery
33:23
Good morning from Northumberland
Laura Smith
33:28
Good morning everyone!
Delyth Thomas
33:33
Hello from the dementia team in Ysbyty gwynedd
Pradip Mistry
33:38
Good morning, I am Chair of Thurrock Dementia Action Alliance.
Chris M
33:39
Good morning everyone. Thank you for joining us today to hear about Time for Dementia
Trevor Hubbard
33:44
good morning from North Wales
Upul Hewawasam Hewawasam Haggallage
33:58
Good morning Hewawasam here from Llandudno
Marc Harvey
34:07
Good morning everyone, also from NI ☺️
jacquie gowans
34:07
Morning from Devon.
karen geraghty
34:20
good morning from Tonna in south wales :)
Stephanie Daley
34:29
Good morning from Brighton
Sue Phelps
34:39
Bore da pawb. Really looking forward to hearing more about Time for Dementia. It would be great to bring this brilliant initiative to Wales.
Gary Hodge
34:47
Good morning everyone.
Eileen Lewis
34:56
Good morning from Nigel and Eileen in Maidstone.
Julie Young
34:56
morning☺️
nikita leo
35:02
Good morning from Wrexham maelor :)
Laura Braithwaite Stuart
35:16
Good morning everyone! Here from a rainy Cheshire! Really been looking forward this session :)
Suzanne Duval
35:24
Good morning to everyone from Suzanne in Cardiff
Faith Frost
35:28
Good morning, I’m Faith from the Association for Dementia Studies in Worcester
mari ireland
35:31
bore da from Pwllheli, North Wales
Melanie Sillett
35:37
Bore Da / Good Morning from North Wales
Amanda Da Silva
35:52
Good morning from Teignmouth South Devon
Tina Fitzpatrick
36:08
good morning from Tina in Guildford
Geoff Phoenix
36:15
Good morning from Geoff and Jen in Sussex
Sheena McSherry
36:22
good morining from Sheena in Northern Ireland
Karen Griffiths
38:03
Good morning from OPCMHTE at Wrexham Maelor.
Maria Souissi
38:26
Morning all,
Maria Souissi
38:43
Sorry I'm late
Lauren Wonnacott
41:59
For more information on Time for Dementia visit www.alzheimers.org.uk/timefordementia
Stephanie Daley
44:09
yes the slides can be shared
David Gater
44:38
Good morning all
Corinne Hocking
54:32
As student nurses on placement in Llandudno General Hospital, we have gained a wealth of experience in caring for patients with dementia prior to joining the course. It was such experience that inspired us to pursue a career within nursing. Lucy & Alex :)
Stephanie Daley
55:04
that is great to hear Lucy and Alex
Lauren Wonnacott
55:14
That's lovely to hear Lucy and Alex
Laura Braithwaite Stuart
56:06
It would be great to see this extended further to Allied Health Professionals too. Too often, undergraduate teaching and learning experiences around dementia are often so few.
Lauren Wonnacott
56:16
Watch some highlights from a Time for Dementia conference video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhdsFv8pbfY&feature=youtu.be
Lauren Wonnacott
57:17
hi Laura, great comment, we have worked with some allied health professional courses including physio therapists, speech and language therapists and occupational therapists as well as dieticians.
Stephanie Daley
57:39
we have delivered Time to AHPs and it has been very successful
Laura Braithwaite Stuart
57:49
That's brilliant to hear, Lauren. What a wonderful programme!
David Gater
58:19
can some one talkabout getting a diagnosis right I'm the first place
eamonn
58:21
hi chris
Stephanie Daley
59:35
Time for Dementia does not necessarily provide the skills for a diagnosis, it is more focussed on attitudes and understanding for what it is like to live with the condition
Lauren Wonnacott
01:01:43
To get in touch or to find out more contact the Time for Dementia team on timefordementia@alzheimers.org.uk
lisa wilson
01:02:29
The carers perspective is key I believe.
Faith Frost
01:04:02
Thank you Trudy and Baz, it’s always powerful to hear real life experiences.
Stephanie Daley
01:04:18
Good to hear from Trudy and Baz today
Helen Saville
01:04:20
Really interesting thank you Trudy and Baz
Gary Hodge
01:04:47
Thank you Trudy and Baz - it is very important for all of us to hear your story - much appreciated.
Lauren Wonnacott
01:05:09
Watch our family film here: https://youtu.be/EvdE85OFz0s
Julie Young
01:05:38
Trudy and Baz - good to hear from you☺️
Stephen Hallam
01:05:47
thank you Trudy and Baz as a current student this was very helpful hearing your story
Rosey Meiring
01:07:58
Confidentiality is drummed into people so much that sometimes people struggle to see beyond it- really good to hear from Trudy and Baz and Mo about how it's important to see the 'family unit' as key. The family is living with dementia
Barbara Lamb
01:09:43
Thank you so much Trudy and Baz. you are very dignified in your sharing. Bl
mari ireland
01:10:06
great to hear how this programme is promoting a more person and relationship centered care 🙂
Amanda Da Silva
01:11:09
Chris you are a total inspiration x
Lauren Wonnacott
01:13:13
For more information on Time for Dementia visit www.alzheimers.org.uk/timefordementiaOr get in touch with us on timefordementia@alzheimers.org.uk
Julia Statman
01:14:04
So profound Chris - thank you - breaking through the fear is radical and powerful
Stephanie Daley
01:17:04
Students get to know the person with dementia over time and they tell us that they have a much broader understanding of dementia and how it affects people - so not just about memory
Nigel Rigby
01:19:04
Please can we be involved in the programme? It sounds so helpful in every way. Nigel was diagnosed with dementia 2 years ago. We would really love to be a part of this important work.
Lauren Wonnacott
01:20:03
Hi Nigel, we'd be happy to talk to you about being involved, if you can contact us on timefordementia@alzheimers.org.uk then a member of the team can give you a call to discuss
Amy Hedger
01:20:28
It's good to hear this programme is rolling out across other parts of the country. I feel this type of education should be mandatory across medical professions. Or at least that to be the inspiration moving forwards. Well done to everyone involved in this programme, it's so important, thank you.
Lucy Gray
01:20:53
Wonderful to hear so many different perspectives in today's call. Many thanks to all for sharing what you have so far. Just a question for Chris, did any staff raise concerns regarding self-administration of medication in hospital (just linking to the of course inaccurate stereotype that those with dementia are unable to do as many things for themselves)?
Lauren Wonnacott
01:21:11
Thank you Amy, we have big dreams to reach more students going into healthcare!
Geoff Phoenix
01:22:07
The enlarging of the process to include all health care professsionals is very very valuable and must be encouraged.
lisa wilson
01:23:56
I think it is very important that health professionals have more understanding via your project. However, Many people are cared for by care staff who do not have degree status but would welcome more info and training. Is there a plan to role it out to this part of the workforce?
Lauren Wonnacott
01:25:26
To get in touch or to find out more contact the Time for Dementia team on timefordementia@alzheimers.org.uk
Stephanie Daley
01:25:37
There isn't at the moment, but this is something which we would like to expand - regarding the wider workforce
Eileen Lewis
01:25:40
Thank you so much, all presenters. Your presentations were powerful and impressive. Keep up the good work!
Rosey Meiring
01:26:45
Thanks to all contributors
Denise Bermingham
01:26:45
are there any plans to offer this to student social workers too?
Bernadine McCrory
01:27:32
Thank you for your presentation it has been very powerful.
Stephanie Daley
01:27:40
this is Chris film's
Stephanie Daley
01:27:42
https://youtu.be/kQPIt4-sA8k
Stephanie Daley
01:28:57
We would love to hear from you Roisin
Rosey Meiring
01:29:04
I've already sent all the info to my Speech and Language Therapy link in Cardiff uni 😊
Stephanie Daley
01:29:11
Great :)
Sue Phelps
01:29:12
We need to unite our voice in Wales, spread the word and lobby our Welsh universities to commission TFD
Adele
01:29:22
Hi Roisin, Bernadine and I will chat to you Adele
Lesley Evans
01:29:39
Thank you very much for today, lovely hearing from you all.
Helen Saville
01:29:51
Thank you, so glad I attended this
Maureen Currie
01:30:00
Thank you everyone, so powerful. Best wishes to you all
lisa wilson
01:30:02
Thanks all. Great to hear about the much needed and good work
Karen Griffiths
01:30:03
Thank you all .
Laura Braithwaite Stuart
01:30:05
Thank you so much all, a really engaging session with lots to think about.
Sue Phelps
01:30:08
Brilliant session - diolch yn fawr
Julia Statman
01:30:09
Thank you absolutely brilliant Chris Trudy Baz Sube and Stephanie Adele and Mo sterling work will share this!
james Erskine
01:30:10
www.3ndwg.org
Amanda Boult
01:30:10
sounds like a brilliant project and most worthwhile, thank you all for your work on this, I will spread the word around Lancashire
Laura Burch
01:30:11
Thankyou for your time :)
Marc Harvey
01:30:11
Thank you to all. Great to hear about time for dementia and the difference it makes
Laura Smith
01:30:17
Thank you everyone. This was very inspiring
Katrina Avery
01:30:18
Brilliant, thank you for such a valuable webinar
Stephen Hallam
01:30:18
thankyou all for the opportunity to hear from all of you
Catrin Jones
01:30:25
Thank you everyone - great work
Gary Hodge
01:30:26
Thanks all
Amy Hedger
01:30:28
Thank you very much
Nicola Hayes
01:30:30
Thank you
Jade LAWRENCE
01:30:31
Thank you all
Trevor Hubbard
01:30:32
Thank everyone for an interesting discussion
Suzy Carlson-Hedges
01:30:36
Thank you so much, great work and much needed.
Maria Souissi
01:30:40
Thanks everyone. Big hello to Chris who I made a presentation with
Julie Young
01:31:04
Thank you so much for that, it was brilliant and inspiring. ☺️