Come along to a free screening of I Can’t Find Myself, a new film production portraying the real-life stories and experiences of people living with dementia.

The film is aimed at carers and organisations that support people living with dementia, to create a wider understanding of the complexities faced by people with dementia, with a positive view on how they can be supported.

It calls out to all those family members, as well as clinical and care staff, to explore collaborative and creative solutions. Read more about the film, here.

Consultant Neurologist, Dr Jeremy Isaacs, will speak about the clinical features of young onset dementia and Dr Beatrice Allegranti, Reader in Dance Movement Psychotherapy at Roehampton University, will introduce the screening.

The screening and networking event is on Wednesday 16 March at Hampton Hill Theatre, 90 High Street, Hampton Hill, London TW12 1NY. The event is sponsored by the Neurology Service at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust with the support of the St George’s Hospital charity.

Book a place and find out more about the event, here.



3rd March 2016

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