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Small changes help make a dementia friendly community – Alzheimer’s Society

Small changes help make a dementia friendly community – Alzheimer’s Society

Radio: On air as the sun rises tomorrow morning form seven o’clock here on 107.9FM. Mary: Right. Mary: It’s not raining, good. Mary: Erm, what… shall I? I’ve forgotten… erm… should I? Driver: Listen, just go and sit down, just go and sit down. Mary: Yeah… right. Mary: Erm. Oh… that way… I don’t… what? four… I don’t know… could you pl… I… Mary: Here’s my list. Should I go..? Because I don’t know quite what… Oh dear… Mary: Chicken…

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Drug Discovery Programme – Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Research

Drug Discovery Programme – Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Research

Dementia. It’s the biggest health challenge facing us today. One in three people over the age of 65 will develop dementia. Current treatments only help with the symptoms. for a short while. They don’t stop dementia from progressing. It can take twenty years and hundreds of millions of pounds to develop a new drug from scratch.Tthe 800,000 people living with dementia can’t wait that long. They need help now. Alzheimer’s Society’s groundbreaking Drug Discovery programme takes existing drugs and researches…

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The Fight of Our Lives

The Fight of Our Lives

We are 100% against these globalists. We want them drained from Ottawa every single one of them, and the only way we can do that is through the support of the Canadian people. We’re growing, but we’re dependent on the Canadian people. So in your heart, in your mind if that’s what you believe too then you have to start supporting us now. Do not let this drag on longer. Just replacing Trudeau with another globalist across the aisle will…

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Why attend an Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Café? Graham and Sheila’s story

Why attend an Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Café? Graham and Sheila’s story

Sheila: The first interaction with anyone, any practical, any practical help was going along to the first, the very first, dementia café and meeting people being welcomed. Debbie: It’s lovely for us as Dementia support workers when we meet new people who have been newly diagnosed or first come to us it’s sort of exciting to be able to tell them about the café’s and about other people there that they will meet. Sheila: When Graham and myself first met…

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My Year In America

My Year In America

This is the university of Evansville It’s located in Southern Indiana which is about here on a map of the US and about 4000 miles away from my hometown in England I’ve been studying here on a scholarship for the past year so, I thought I’d put together a little video about what I got up to…

Dementia Friendly Communities – Alzheimer’s Society

Dementia Friendly Communities – Alzheimer’s Society

George: The Dementia Friendly Community is about everyone playing a part, a role, within their community. So for example individuals can sign up to be Dementia Friends, schools can get involved as well, each week we are seeing more and more schools wanting to play their part, but as well as that we are seeing organisations, local businesses, big and small organisations really coming together and making a change for people with dementia. Anyone, any organisation can play their part…

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The dementia guide: English – full length – Alzheimer’s Society

The dementia guide: English – full length – Alzheimer’s Society

Jim: I didn’t believe that I had it as bad as it seemed. Hilary: I wasn’t surprised. I didn’t want to particularly hear it, but was glad there was a reason for why I’d been struggling so much at work. Rusty: I don’t think it worried me. Because I think I felt perfectly okay. Kathryn Smith: Welcome to The dementia guide. This guide is for anyone who has recently been told they have dementia. It will also be useful to…

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Piper Perabo celebrates National Run for Office Day

Piper Perabo celebrates National Run for Office Day

Hi, I’m Piper Perabo. Today is National Run for Office Day, and if you care about your community Or you’re active and trying to make changes where you live Maybe you should think about running Before George Washington was president. He was a surveyor. Abe Lincoln ran a store President Carter was a farmer! You can do it. You should think about it. You could win. Go to runforofficeday.com to get more information. I believe in you!

David Bridwell – Funky Patriotism

David Bridwell – Funky Patriotism

I’m all about funky patriotism, I’m all about hot dogs and apple pie, I’m as American as Labor Day picnic, the star-spangled banner it makes me cry, the first thing I do when I wake in the morning, is salute the flag and I piss on France, I’m so proud to be an American the red white and blue puts a bulge in my pants, yeah the red white and blue puts a bulge in my pants, I like to…

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