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Somebody I used to know by Wendy Mitchell

Dementia – eleven books to help us cope (and literary events from 20 Aug 2019)

A search in the mind for a word that you used to know and you start to worry. Not about the word. About getting dementia. Do you have a friend or a loved one with Alzheimer’s? Do you find it difficult? Angela J. Phillip reports on eleven books that might help us to cope.

Posted 09:00 Tuesday, Aug 20, 2019 In: Hastings Bookchat Tags: Alice la Plante Alzheimer's Angela J. Phillip Aruna Vasudevan books about dementia Christine Bryden Dancing with dementia David Walliams Dementia from the inside Elizabeth is missing Emma Healey Francis Booth Grandpa's great escape Hastings Literary Festival 2019 Hastings LitFest 2019 Jennifer Bute John D Robinson Keeping Mum Lisa Genova Marianne Talbot Matthew Thomas Nicci Gerrard Pete Donohue Somebody I used to know Still Alice The memory activity book Turn of MInd We are not ourselves Wendy Mitchell What dementia teaches us about love

Radio Me!

“That was Barry Manilow with Mandy – now please take your medication…” If you’re a radio listener, you’re used to getting information about the travel and weather – but now you could get personalised medical support, thanks to an innovative new scheme: Radio Me.

Posted 12:35 Monday, May 20, 2019 In: Health Matters Tags: Alzheimer's Alzheimer’s Society Bauer Media BBC Radio Devon BBC Research and Development Brighton and Sussex Medical School Cambridge Institute for Music Therapy Research Centre for Computer Music Research Cereproc Ltd dementia MHA Homes Radio Me Sube Banerjee Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust The Centre for Dementia Studies The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
Still from Finding Camille

Finding Camille puts the focus on Alzheimer’s

Local film-maker Bindu De Stoppani hosts a special screening at the Electric Palace cinema this weekend of her latest feature, Finding Camille. Here, Annie Waite hears about Bindu’s process for creating this moving, intimate and at times heartbreakingly humorous on-the-road journey of a father and daughter getting to know each other.

Posted 15:58 Wednesday, Sep 19, 2018 In: Film Tags: 28 Days Later Alzheimer's Annie Waite Bindu de Stoppani British Independent Film Awards carer dementia electric palace cinema Finding Camille Jump My Summer of Love The Beach The Virgin Suicides Wild
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