Tips for writers

Over the years I’ve developed a few tips for writing, which I found really useful. They differ slightly for blogs, as it is usually recommended for a blog that the content is limited to between 3-500 words, to always use an image and so on. I do try to always use images, and try to…

Inclusive Communities

I’ve been researching inclusion, accessibility and friendly, along with a number of terms regularly used within the dementia sector. One of the reasons is because of the ‘lightbulb’ moment I had last week, during an email discussion with people from a number of countries, where they no longer use the word dementia. In fact, they have…

In conveRSAtion about Loneliness

Join Dr Michelle Lim and the RSA Melbourne Network as we explore the hidden crisis of loneliness, how it affects us, and what we as a society can do to address this issue. Modern technology has fundamentally altered the way we interact with each other, giving us the ability to communicate with friends and loved ones…

Supporting ADA Singapore

Only recently discovered, when it was sent to me by a friend in London, here is a video of one of my presentations in Singapore last year, when I was working there supporting the Alzheimer’s Disease Association in Singapore, in my ADI SE Asia Mentoring role. Since then, it’s been truly encouraging to learn it’s…