Oh to be a Unicorn…

Firstly, Happy New Year, and Happy New Decade! I’m not really up to writing original blogs (yet), and decided this year, it might be better to re-post some healty lifestyle – and healthy thinking – articles or videos. I really like this one, and am now also mildly inspired to want to become a Unicorn!…

Saving your brain

Unbelievably (well, almost), it is already January 18, 2020, and this is my first forray back into blogging. In truth I hope it is not my last this year, but if it is, so be it. I’m delighted though, that although I have about 300 blogs in my draft folder, a post and video on…

Please complete a DAI Survey

Dementia Alliance International wants to hear ALL of the voices of dementia, and invites you to have your say. This includes, but is not limited to: People with dementia Care partners Families Researchers Policy makers Advocacy organisation staff Health Care Professionals Dementia Alliance International (DAI) wants to hear from you about your experience being involved…

Best wishes for the festive season

I’m too tired to write a blog, but not so much not to wish everyone a safe, peaceful and hopeful festive season. Adding a collage of photographs from my garden, taken before the devastating heat in South Australia killed most of them. Some of you will have seen them on Facebook, so you can enjoy…

Better understanding the CRPD

Thanks to social media for reminding me this was happening last week, and although I was unable to watch it live on the day, the link below will take you to it. Professor Rosemary Kayess is a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Law at the University of NSW, and the Vice Chair of the…