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‘Curl Up & Dye’ – DAA

Thursday 22 December 2016

One of my all-time favourite films is The Blues Brothers, where Carrie Fisher’s character, who had been stood up at the altar, is on a crazy quest to kill the rat who did it.  We see her, in her hairdressing salon ‘Curl Up & Dye’, reading a manual on flame throwers… it’s a complicated story, in a funny and life-affirming film.

I thought of Carrie’s salon, however, at the Dementia Action Alliance (DAA) splendid conference, sponsored by QCS, last week.

And what took me to that awful punning title?  A couple of things.

Read the full blog on QCS's website