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  1. Slaying the Dementia Dragon: Alzheimer Organisations Responding to Stigma and Social ExclusionADI ConferenceLondon 2012 Gráinne McGettrick

  2. without a mind........

  3. Why the Dementia Dragon?

  4. Productivity = Status

  5. Slaying the Dementia Dragon – The Challenge

  6. Slaying the Dragon: The Solution

  7. Alzheimer Organisations Innovators of Change

  8. Valuing People with Dementia “ We do not bite, We may sometimes need an explanation; we may need to be told several times, we may get confused in ways you are not. But does that mean we should not be full partners with you in our crusade?....Let us in! Affirm our worth by partnering with us” Richard Taylor (ADI 2009) Only those living with dementia know what it is really like............cease to be a sideshow and instead are full participants in the work”. Knauss and Moyer (2006)

  9. Fellow Travellers?

  10. Where to from here?

  11. Thank youGráinne McGettrickgmcgettrick@alzheimer.iewww.alzheimer.ie