- Video: Dementia Empowerment vs Covid-19 seminar
- Guide: Making Virtual Walks
- Guide: How to send us pictures & short videos of your walks
- Guide: How to use Zoom
- Guide: Getting Started on Twitter
- Newsletter: DEEP Group Newsletter
- Presentation: Friends for Life DEEP group
- Report: Virtual Peer Support pilot
- Report: Navigating Empowerment
- Report: Life with Dementia event 2018
- Leaflet: What's On In Notts
Video: Dementia Empowerment vs Covid-19 seminar
With Covid-19, as it soon became clear we were going into a period of unprecedented change, we established a group online as a trial. This rapidly became a thriving community serving a core group of 30 people who attend 3 meetings a week online and a wider community of around 100 people who get email, post or phone updates.
Like many, we have changed the way we work and this seminar will present some of our learning about what matters in our attempts to empower people.
Making Virtual Walks guide
If you have a Windows 10 computer, you can make a virtual walk video to show people where you've been walking, by making a slideshow of photos with background music. This guide on how to make the video was prepared by Ghazal Mazloumi, Trent Dementia Project Developer.
How to send us pictures and short videos of your walks guide
Photos and videos are often too big to send via email, so here's our guide to using a website called WeTransfer.com, which allows you to send pictures and short videos to us. This guide was prepared by Ghazal Mazloumi, Trent Dementia Project Developer.
How to use Zoom guide
If you have a Windows 10 computer, this guide tells you how to use Zoom, which allows you to make video calls for free and join in with online groups. This guide was prepared by Ghazal Mazloumi, Trent Dementia Project Developer.
Getting Started on Twitter guide
This is a useful guide on how to use Twitter and how to set up a Twitter profile for people living with dementia.
It was prepared by Dr Jane Rowley, Trent Dementia Project Manager.
DEEP Group Newsletter
In the latest DEEP Group Newsletter, find out all about the latest news activities by DEEP groups in the Nottingham area.
The newsletter is compiled by Ghazal Mazloumi.
You may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the newsletters.
Friends for Life DEEP group presentation
This presentation was prepared by Steve Litchfield and Cynthia Litchfield about the Friends for Life Dementia DEEP Peer Support group.
Virtual Peer Support pilot report
The aim of the pilot was to discuss the support needs of DEEP facilitators and test a virtual platform (ZOOM) as a way of supporting each other with shared challenges and learning from each other.
You can read the pilot project report here, prepared by Dr Jane Rowley, Project Manager.
This is a presentation explaining learning from the Life with Dementia project called Navigating Empowerment: Learning from people living with dementia as they develop, design and deliver educational events.
It was prepared by Dr Jane Rowley, the Project Manager.
Life with Dementia Project Report 2018
Life with Dementia is a regular event designed and led by people living with dementia in Nottingham.
You can view the project report from the 2018 event here, prepared by Dr Jane Rowley, Project Manager.
What's On In Notts leaflet
Our What's On in Notts leaflet details activities for people living with dementia and those that support them.
Please send us your events and activities for people living with dementia and those that support them for addition to the next What's On in Notts. The leaflet was compiled by and updated by Ghazal Mazloumi.