Kinections Staying Connected Celebration – 8 December
December 8 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
The Kinections Project will draw to a close on Dec 16th, the Kinections Team are hosting a final celebration event on Dec 8th 2-3.30pm on Zoom Webinar.
During the celebration they will both look back, at all that has taken place and emerged within Kinections of practical value to those living, working and connected to care homes, whilst also having an eye to the future to think about how connections can continue.
They will be sharing our Kinections Chronicle- which tells the story of the project, and will also hear from care home staff, collaborators, academics and researchers* about their Kinections experiences and perspectives.
Everyone is welcome.
The Staying Connected Celebration may be of particular interest to:
– all those connected with care homes
– people involved in dementia-friendly communities and the support of people living with dementia
– those with an interest in appreciative approaches to engagement and research including ethical considerations of research involving people with dementia.
Please register via EventBrite by clicking on link below.
* Joining us will be:
Eileen Hay, Activity Co-Ordinator, Burnfoot Care Home, Patna
Tamsin MacBride, Lecturer, UWS
Suzie Ferguson, Artistic Director, Hearts & Minds
Dr Louise Ritchie, Reader, Alzheimer Centre for Policy & Practice and SDRC Executive Committee
Host: Dr Annette Coburn, Senior Lecturer Community Education, UWS
Jill Veitch, Care Home Manager, Glennie Care Home
Dr Belinda Dewar, Co-Director My Home Life International
Dr Margaret Brown, Depute Director Alzheimer Scotland Centre for Policy and Practice, UWS
Arlene Crockett, Director of Evidence and Influencing (Dementia Programme), Life Changes Trust
Carol Beckwith, Songwriter
Adam Bowman, Musician ABCreate
You are welcome to share this event with your connections and networks.
Find out more about Kinections: https://myhomelife.uws.ac.uk/scotland/kinections/