Life changing, not life ending: reframing the narrative on dementia and social care

Our work at Innovations in Dementia[1] supports people with dementia to keep control of their lives, and be happy. People with dementia are at the heart and start of all our work. Working alongside them, we promote a positive, though realistic, view of dementia, demonstrating that, although it is life changing, it does not have […]

Comfortable

I’ve just been reading some excellent material by Swarbrick et al (1) and Morbey et al (2). It covers work that has been going on to ensure meaningful involvement and inclusion of people with dementia as co-researchers rather than as subjects of research. There is a powerful recognition of the need for a move away […]

Coming home

iD blog 1, Damian Murphy, April 2018 I have just spent about 18 months as a director of Innovations in Dementia (iD). iD has just completed 10 years – of doing what it says on the tin. I wasn’t there at the beginning. Instead I was searching for the right fit. Coming to Innovations has […]