Dementia Enquirers pioneers
This is an empowered and ‘pioneering’ group of six people, all living with dementia. They are advising and helping to shape the Dementia Enquirers project. As the project progresses, some of the Pioneers are recording audio diaries to present their own thoughts about the project.
Agnes was trained as a Queen Alexander Army Nurse. She was diagnosed with Dementia of the Alzheimer’s type at age 57 and became a dementia activist. Her strap line is “ Think Dementia think Sensory Think Solutions.
Teresa Davies (Dory)
Teresa is a retired landscape gardener, diagnosed with Alzheimer’s when she was 59. She is an active Dementia Diarist.
Wendy was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s in 2014. She took early retirement from her work in the NHS to enjoy life “while I’m still me” and writes a popular blog.
Mhari is a mother, wife, tandemer, friend, a Zoomette and Advocate for Dementia Inclusive Church… and she likes to dance.
George is a retired teacher and accountant, diagnosed with mixed dementia in 2014. He has become an activist for better dementia care, and, recently, a dementia craftivist
Howard was an Auxiliary Nurse in the NHS until his diagnosis of Alzheimer’s and Fronto Temporal dementia in March 2017. He is a dementia activist in Sheffield.
Wendy Mitchell’s blog about the ‘Ethics and Dementia’ workshop: February 2020.
Wendy Mitchell’s blog about the Pioneers meeting in February 2020.
Wendy Mitchell is heading to London… Day 1 of Dementia Enquirers.
Wendy Mitchell is at day 2 of Dementia Enquirers…
Wendy Mitchell is at the final Day of Dementia Enquirers gathering…