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How do people affected by dementia feel about their rights

Wednesday 25 April 2018

Alzheimer's Society need your help!

They are asking people affected by dementia to tell them how they feel about their rights in user generated films. For a film that will be shown at the Annual conference. 

They need help to gather a broader and more diverse range of opinions and voices and have extended the deadline for until Monday 14th May 2018.

This document includes why they are doing this, the questions that need to be answered, instructions on how to do it and you can find the consent form here.

People can film themselves at home or if you have any opportunities coming up where you are meeting people affected by dementia do consider asking them if you can film them on IPad/phones.

Please contact allison.jackaman@alzheimers.org.uk for further information