Dementia friendly supermarket checkouts are offensive and should cease now

There are many burning issues in English dementia policy. One is mitigating against a high number of low quality and unreliable diagnoses of dementia due to poorly trained staff and inadequate resources in the system overall. Another is the poor coordination of care following diagnosis, due to the haphazard partial and inadequate roll out of […]

Like Matisse’s artwork, living well with dementia is a triumph of hope over pessimism

You can feel it from start to finish. Matisse is innovation all over. It’s about experimenting. It’s about not being frightened of failure. It’s about not worrying what people think of you. It’s about cracking a few eggs to make an omelette. It was a delight to go to London SE1 “Tate Modern” to see […]