My Dementia Life Matters Project
The Photobook Project are looking for 10 participants living with dementia in minority communities across the UK for a special project.
‘My Dementia Life Matters’ have received funding from the Race and Equality Foundation to deliver The Photobook Project with 20 people living with dementia in minority communities across the UK. Participants are invited to take photographs of what matters to them in their environment over a month period, take part in a podcast for Brent Youth Radio (and potentially BBC), as well as the option of featuring in a film about the project. This would happen from their homes with their remote support.
They have filled 10 places in London and surrounding areas, and are opening up the final 10 to the rest of the UK. The aim is to gather personal stories, shed light on your heritage and anything else you would like to share with the world.
If you’d like to get involved or have any questions, contact Ellie Robinson-Carter at ellierobinsoncarter(at)gmail.com.
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