He is the same dad that I have known all my 47 years. The dad that has proffered sage advice (usually!) The dad that is so respected in our community. The dad who has ethics and an ethos to be proud of; that Dad.
Skydiving in the name of dementia research
Daredevil Dorothy Parnell, an 84-year-old great-grandmother takes on a charity skydive for dementia research
Alzheimer’s Research UK – London Supporters Group
Kevin Zokay-West talks about how personal experience of dementia moved him to become a volunteer with the Alzheimer’s Research UK London Supporters Group.
Dementia affects young people too
Growing up with a grandparent affected by dementia, I didn’t realise the impact it had on my family. I now understand the huge effect it had on everyone.
Christmas won’t be the same without Mum
Rob Perry talks about his mum’s dementia diagnosis and how Christmas this year is going to be tough.
Dressing the tree with memories
Champion Susie Hewer talks about the tradition of dressing the Christmas tree with her mum, and how she used it to raise awareness of dementia.
Watch James Murray-White’s touching film ‘Keeping Mum’ about his mother’s dementia diagnosis and the strength of their relationship.
Russell Grant: dementia research is our best hope
Russell Grant shares the story of his grandmother and her dementia diagnosis.
Exploring dementia through film
Rosemary Westwell on the recent event that showcased the work of eight very different filmmakers.
The smallest of clues
Back to Blackbrick author, Sarah Moore-Fitzgerald talks about her father’s dementia, and how the family coped with his diagnosis.