Hospitals and the Big D

I think we all agree that hospitals are the worst place for people living with the Big D to spend time. Unfamiliar surroundings filled with strangers trying to talk to you are challenging situations to deal with at the best of times, let alone in a busy clinical environment. "Where am I?, who are you?,... Continue Reading →

The D Plan – A view for a brighter future from the dementia coalface

It's interesting to hear all the visions, strategies, pledges, commitments made every week to solve the crisis in dementia care. The volume and frequency of the rhetoric always seems to intensify around important political events or awareness campaigns. Within a few days or weeks they often fade away with very little impact. There's a really... Continue Reading →

The George Haydon Cup

For those of you like me who cannot imagine a day without sport in your life, you’ll quickly realise why meeting George and his wife Gillian was a very special day in my life. George passed away recently but has left me, and many others, with some very special memories that will last a lifetime.... Continue Reading →

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