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Yesterday we held Our Stories GM, an event designed and organised…
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Anna Gaughan, CEO of Life Story Network highlights how growing a UK-wide network, tide – together in dementia everyday, is ensuring that a more diverse range of carers of people living with dementia are using their caring expertise to influence dementia policy, research and practice.
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There are approximately 700,000 unpaid carers of people living with dementia and between 60 and 70% are women. Women provide the bulk (80%) of intensive 24 hour care for people living with dementia. The government often fails to recognise that women are overwhelmingly and disproportionately disadvantaged as many have to reduce their hours or give up work altogether to take on their caring responsibilities...