Blog by DigitalHealth.gov.uk

                    If you are not on twitter, and have not seen this blog introducing me on digitalhealth.gov.au, you might be interested… I feel very honoured to have been representing Dementia Alliance International last week, and to have been referred to in this digitalhealth.gov.au blog, and extremely thrilled that issues such…

Feeling hopeful

Many days I am worried And am often very cynical Of ever seeing change It is lonely and exhausting And I feel like nothing will change In my life time And then something unexpected happens That re-inspires me Again motivates me to keep going The time is now it seems As after The two days in Geneva At the…

Reblog from Dementia Alliance International

As I was representing Dementia Alliance International as co-chair at the first WHO Ministerial Conference on dementia this week, I feel it fair to reblog theirs today. As I have jet lag, it is also very helpful being able to be a bit lazier than usual! Before I departed for the event, I was feeling…

WHO webcast

It has been a very busy couple of days in Geneva, and I am thrilled to have put Dementia Alliance International onto the global stage, but more importantly, I feel as if we have three very important issues now on the global stage. You can read a précis of the two days written by Dr…

People with dementia are getting into the driving seat

Dementia Alliance International (DAI) was set up by people with dementia to ensure we have an authentic voice, and so that we are not taken over by either organisations or family carers. It is important we have our own voice, just as people with disabilities, the gay community, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders fought for…