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Jed Wolf

Singer in St. Augustine

Phantom of the Rest Home

PRESENTED ON OCT 22, 2018
IN ST. AUGUSTINE @ VOL 11

Travel with Jed Wolf through his journey in finding his audience. Jed was always a performer but couldn't connect witih traditional audiences. An unfortunate experience of having to put his mother into a rest home resulted in the fortune of findind an audience that Jed could finally reach and enjoy.

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Let Me Rest My Phone on Ya Collarbone

BY SAMM BENNETT
@ VOL 109 ON DEC 04, 2013

Photographer, musician, and poetic lyricist Samm Bennett blends elements from all his specialties to form an amazing and hilarious performance pairing Samm's humorous photographic juxtapositions and cunning linguistic chops.

This presentation was recorded at PechaKucha Night Vol. 109, and then performed again at Tokyo Designers Week 2014's PechaKucha Night Vol. 118. It was selected as "Presentation of the Day" on December 31, 2013.

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Dancing for Dementia

BY FILIPA PEREIRA-STUBBS
@ VOL 5 ON JUN 07, 2016

Filipa Pereira-Stubbs shares about creating fun and joyous integrated and inclusive dance sessions for people living with a Dementia, their Families, Carers and Friends.  She is focussed on creating space and time for creativity, improvisation and movement fundamentals; restoring resilience and relationships. 

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Making Knoxville Dementia Friendly

BY ANGELA GRANT
@ VOL 20 ON AUG 18, 2016

In this presention Angela Grant speaks about a grassroots movement to make Knoxville the first dementia friendly city in the US. Alzheimer’s and dementia are thieves…they steal memories, finances, independence, and relationships. Norm MacNamera of Torquay, England started this movement and it finally landed in Knoxville. The Purple Cities Alliance is working to make Knoxville dementia friendly through basic educational trainings, hospital bracelets and public events. They were featured in Parade magazine and that exposure caused other cities across the US to get involved and join the cause.

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Re-Thinking Dementia: Towards a New Culture of Care

BY SALLY HEMMINGS
@ VOL 5 ON DEC 12, 2016

Sally Hemmings volunteers with Bexhill Dementia Action Alliance and raises awareness by informing communities on how to understand this dementia and be more supportive towards people living with dementia and their carers.

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Shapenote Singing

BY ALI MCKENZIE-WILCOX
@ VOL 12 ON APR 11, 2017

Ali McKenzie-Wilcox tells us of the joy of shapenote singing, the culture and community around it in the UK, and how to start up your own group for people that love to sing.

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Self-Care for Caregivers.

BY RICH BECKERMEYER
@ VOL 28 ON JUL 27, 2017

Rich Beckermeyer's touching story tells us what helped his mom get through the hard times of caregiving to her dad with dementia.

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Dementia Friendly Garden Project

BY TAMAE ISOMURA
@ VOL 1 ON MAY 31, 2018

Originally from Japan, now living in Chelmsford, Tamae Isomura talks about her project designing the dementia friendly garden for local Broomfield hospital and the inspiration behind her work.

Tamae graduated from the Higher Certificate in Garden Design and MA in Garden Design at Writtle College with multiple awards. With an extensive experience in working at a large NHS hospital to create the healing outdoor spaces, she specialises in therapeutic landscape design by utilising both Japanese and English landscape philosophy and principles.

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Discuss Dementia

BY NAOMI MISON
@ VOL 11 ON MAR 15, 2018

Naomi Mison is on a purpose-driven mission to build awareness of people living with dementia, their caregivers and the daily struggles they face. Through her blog Discuss Dementia, Naomi engages, enables and empowers people affected by the disease and their support networks to collaborate with the end goal of making continual improvements to linking the legal, health care and political systems. She is a staunch advocate who is channelling her passion to shine a light on dementia.

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Cycling Without Age

BY NEIL PRITCHARD
@ VOL 15 ON MAR 07, 2019

Neil Pritchard lives in a vineyard on the fringe of town and learned about farming and wine late in life. After losing both parents within the care-home system, he discovered Cycling Without Age, a worldwide charity organization that provides cycling experiences for the elderly, and was inspired to bring this initiative to the beautiful lakeside city of Penticton. Talk about a breath of fresh air.