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: The next Lived Experience (typed) Chat will be September 10, 2019, at – 8pm.

November 2014 Topic: Several members of the Lived Experience Network were invited to be part of working groups for the creation of a Behavioural Support Transition Unit that will help people dealing with responsive behaviours across the South East area.

I have been asked to talk to you about tonight's topic from that working group..get your feedback: This month’s topic comes out of the working groups I have been part of planning the Behavioural Support Transition unit. And what would you need to feel really supported – even exceed your expectations?

” March 2015 Topic: Our topic was about Family Dynamics: “I have been invited to share at a Workshop (called In My Shoes) for people and their families/friends living with dementia on the topic of: Family Relationships. This month rather than asking what is not working; we will ask what IS working and learn from that? Ken Le Clair of Behavioural Support Services, Providence Care and was about being an active participant in your health care.“When you consider your experiences with the different medical doctors providing care (family physicians, medical doctors in hospital, long term care or geriatric psychiatry) – what approaches did they use that enabled you to be an active participant and in the health care of your dependent?

This month in our live chat the invitation is to share some of your stories and insights surrounding the complexity of family and personal relationships when dementia becomes part of the story. What strategies did they take to give you meaningful support that allowed you to be involved in decision making and care?

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