Knighthood Award Ceremony at Buckingham Palace: Honouring Achievement and Celebrating Success

Interview with Anna King on BBC Radio Gloucestershire

Interview at 09.15 on 13 June 2016 with Anna King on BBC Radio Gloucestershire

June in year 2016

GAP: Global Action on Personhood

GAP (Global Action on Personhood) in Dementia is an informal international network of expert practitioners, researchers, educators, people living with dementia and family care-givers who have in-depth understanding of person-centred approaches to care world-wide.

The aim of GAP is to promote the fact that personhood matters in dementia and that unless action is taken then the psychological, emotional and social needs of people living with dementia are unmet. There is a lot of knowledge about how to provide skilled care, support and assistance but there is a disconnect to this getting into practice.

A GAP information leaflet


Celebrating Brian's Life

Brian went into hospital for three weeks followed by three weeks at the very special Sue Ryder Hospice at Leckhampton in Gloucestershire.
He passed away peacefully at 9.10am on Monday, 22 July. Both Brian and June support the Dementia Brain Bank being run by Bristol University at Frenchay Hospital so both became donors for research purposes.'

Brian's funeral will be at 11am at Gloucester Crematorium on Friday 2 August followed by a Celebration of Brian's Life with a hot meal at Stonehouse Court Hotel from approx 12.15 until 4pm.

Brian & June


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