Explore the benefits of thinking differently about dementia through the use of dementia-friendly design, learning with dementia and a community-based approach.
Dr John Zeisel:
John Zeisel is recognised internationally for his research into the effect of the environment on the wellbeing of people with dementia. John Zeisel has taught at Harvard and Yale Universities and his work has been covered in The New York Times, on CNN and the BBC. He is the author of the bestselling book I’m Still Here.
1.00pm: Registration and coffee
1.30pm: Thinking differently about dementia: the principles behind dementia design, Learning for Life and the It Takes a Village approach to living with dementia (John Zeisel)
2.30 pm: Workshop on collaborative use of the principles of dementia design, learning with dementia and community based approaches to living with dementia
3.45pm: The benefits of thinking differently about dementia (John Zeisel)
For enquiries please contact Natalie Yates-Bolton on 0161 295 6486, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The cost is £30. BOOK NOW