The JRF programme, Dementia without Walls finished at the end of 2015 … but its legacy lives on. In this independent website – supported by JRF and other key partners – we will share many inspiring resources: images, videos, stories, blogs, audio diaries, reports and toolkits. The voices and views of people with dementia themselves will resound through every page.

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Brigid and I – How society sees people with dementia

Brigid and I – How society sees people with dementia

The way people react when you tell them that you have dementia can only be described as bad - at times even cruel and stupid.
Vocal Flourish

Vocal Flourish

Vocal Flourish brings people with dementia and their supporters as a choir under a professional conductor.

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The West Yorkshire Playhouse has produced a guide to staging dementia friendly performances. Find out about this and more dementia friendly work in Yorkshire.

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Values, Equalities, Rights and Dementia (VERDe)  aims to increase awareness and understanding about how values, rights and equalities affect people with dementia and can help improve dementia policy and practice.

More women than men experience dementia and there are more women caring for people with dementia. The second VERDe event discussed what this meant for men and women.

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