The recording of our March Webinar with Dr Catherine Barrett is available now.
Her presentation outlines the work of the Celebrate Ageing program, including the Museum of Love – which explores the importance of love in the lives of people with dementia. It then outlines the key challenges that lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) people face when they are diagnosed with dementia – in particular the lack of knowledge and compassion from families and service providers.
The presentation concludes by exploring how the stories of people living with dementia have been embraced by the Kindness Pandemic (a project set up under the Celebrate Ageing umbrella with over ½ million members) and how kindness is changing the way some people live.
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