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Sharing is Caring Project – School of Health Sciences

Stories of finding meaning in caregiving – from family carers of people living with dementia

  • Are you a primary carer for someone living with dementia in the community?
  • Interested in sharing your story to help support other carers?
  • Want to help raise community awareness about the special contribution carers make to the lives of people with dementia?

 

Then this project could be something for you…..

Council has partnered with the University of Tasmania, Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre, to help connect carers of people living with dementia in Clarence to this project.

Capturing the stories of the  role that carers provide for people living with dementia is one way to raise the importance of this often unrecognised role, and to share these stories with other carers and community members.

If you think you might be interested in participating in this project, or you know someone who might, please contact Professor Fran McInerney on 6226 2595 or email fran.mcinerney@utas.edu.au

More information can be found in the brochure and Information Sheet

Sharing is Caring brochure 2018

Sharing is Caring Info Sheet

 



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