Dementia

WORKSHOP PROGRAM

Working together: collaboration beyond the academy in research in dementia and culture.

Friday 23 November 2018, Institute of Modern languages Research, Senate House, London

9:00 REGISTRATION AND WELCOME

9:15-10.15
Dr Andrea Capstick, Centre for Applied Dementia Studies, University of Bradford

10:15-11.15 WORKING WITH PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA
Time for Dementia: Understanding the experience of people with dementia.
Dr Stephanie Daley and Yvonne Feeney

Narrative biographical work with women with dementia who live alone
Helen Wells and Andrea Capstick, Centre for Applied Dementia Studies, University of Bradford

11:15-11:30 BREAK

11:30-12:45 DEMENTIA AND THE ARTS: INTERVENTION
ARTS 4 DEMENTIA
Veronica Franklin Gould AMRSPH, President and Head of Research, Arts 4 Dementia

MUSIC THERAPY
Nordoff Robbins

‘Richard Bentley steals the show’: rethinking ‘outcomes’ in dementia and the arts
David Reid, University of Sheffield

12:45-1:30 LUNCH

1:30 -2:30 RAISING AWARENESS
Metaphorical Narratives in Dementia: Raising Awareness 
Giulia Frezza, Sapienza, University of Rome and Spits Fellow,

Metaphor Lab-Amsterdam, University of Amsterdam.
Gerard Steen, Metaphor Lab-Amsterdam, University of Amsterdam

2:30-3:30 CHANGING CARE
Changing care: how a neuropharmacologist-cum-health-humanist and a caregiver-turned-activist work together to achieve improved caregiver and patient support.
Martina Zimmermann, King’s College London, Tony Britton, Living Well with Dementia, Warwickshire

3:30-3.45 Natural Dying and Dementia
Andrea Germann, University of Heidelberg.

3:45-4.15 COFFEE BREAK

4.15-5.00 CREATIVITY AND REPRESENTATION
Visual representations of dementia in children’s picturebooks
Elizabeth Caldwell, Faculty of Health and Medicine, Lancaster University 

FINAL DISCUSSION
Facilitated by Katsura Sako, Keio University and Raquel Medina, Aston University