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Video of Master Class 1: I’ve Been Diagnosed with Dementia. What’s Next?

On September 3, 2014, over 20 people gathered online in a “Zoom room” via video conferencing to learn how to plan and take control of their lives after a diagnosis of dementia. Our teachers were two DAI board members, both with dementia: Sid Yudowitch (USA) and Sue Stephen (Canada).

If you missed the class or would like to experience it again, here is the video.
 

Sue Stephen talks about living with PCA

Our fourth blog features one of our founding members, Sue Stephen who is also a member of the Board of Dementia Alliance International. Sue attended the recent ADI conference in Puerto Rico, and her presentation was part of a concurrent session called ‘Living with dementia’ where a number of us presented, and then answered questions as a panel. This was one session that those in the audience learned a lot from, and Sue’s presentation, brilliantly done without any notes, was informative and moving. Below is the video recording of her session, now on our YouTube Channel.

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