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Committed citizens can change the world

How can we get the patients’ viewpoint?  Encourage feedback for the wider public in engagements and patient experience?  By becoming a Patient Leader.

Gwen Oates, Dementia Cafe Co-ordinator for the Alzheimer’s Society (and now Patient Leader) tells us more about what being a Patient Leader actually means. 931 more words

Working Together

Bravo Beryl - a dementia friendly theatre production

For a person living with dementia visiting the theatre can be a challenging experience or even too much. At the West Yorkshire Playhouse staff and people living with dementia have worked together to remove the barriers that could stop someone with dementia coming to see a show. 439 more words


IKEA and Integration

Now I understand why Sweden hands out the Nobel Prize instead of winning it….. there´s a heat record here in Madrid – yesterday the temperature reached 45 in the afternoon. 94 more words


Delivering successful change

Penultimate Deputy Blog – Spring/Summer 2015

After a little while away I thought the time had come to start to conclude the Deputy Blog series. 800 more words

Working Together

Inquiry and Integration in the Specialist Classroom

The information below is an adapted presentation of an in-house professional development workshop I held for a group of single-subject teachers (i.e. specialists). The presentation touches on ways specialists can integrate more authentically into primary subjects when units don’t match up. 41 more words


5 Tips for Being a Vegetarian in Albania

I remember sitting down at my Peace Corps interview more than three years ago and my interviewer asked my if I would be willing to start eating meat when I joined the Peace Corps. 1,784 more words