The loneliness of living with dementia during lockdown

These are the lockdown stories of three women, Jan, Pam and Jenny, from across Cornwall and their loved ones, suffering from dementia. For people living with dementia in care homes, […]

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Open the Book brings tranquility in a nursing home

When I heard that an Open the Book team were visiting a nursing home for the elderly in Liskeard, I was intrigued and keen to go along to see for […]

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From coffee mornings to men-sheds, recognition for the Oasis Centre

How many of us have thought something should be done about disparate communities, loneliness and the lack of opportunities for connecting people, hoping that ‘something’ would be done by someone […]

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Remembering God when you’ve lost confidence in going to church

It’s undeniable that across Cornwall we have a problem with missing generations in our Anglican churches. Not just the elusive ‘youth’ but whole other generations below and above the age […]

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Dementia training for ministers and church leaders to take place in Exeter

What does it mean to minister to those who are living with dementia? How do we honour their contributions and memories? What might this teach us about identity, personhood, and […]

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