We work with other organisations to help people with dementia to keep control of their lives and be happy.
Since 2007 we have been encouraging conversation with others about thinking differently about dementia. We wanted people with dementia to believe they had a right to be heard, and to expect the same opportunities to live well as others.
Since 2007 we have been thinking about and working on projects that aim to make the world in which we live more accessible for people with dementia.
From early on we were determined to support people with dementia to have a say in decisions that affect their lives, as we believed that we all had a right for our voices to be heard.
People with dementia have been telling us for years that the most important thing in their lives are the relationships they have, and the sense of belonging…
Recovery and Discovery
By ‘recovery’ we don’t mean that people can recover from dementia - but that people can recover voice, control, identity and a place in their relationships and communities which sometimes get lost.