The Good Ship Titanic

News from Melbourne. After day one of the Dementia Reform Funding Innovation Conference   we have reason to be optermistic. The good ship Dementia Care is showing signs of changing coarse. It appears to be heading to warmer friendlier climates. It still has a long way to go. We may not live long enougth to realise all the benefits, but the next generation may well benefit.

Now few words I hope to use today. Ecomonics has ruled this stumbling country for far to long. Its time its most fitting successor rises, rule for Social Justice and human rights for all without discrimination.

A thankyou to all who presented and all who were there. Your best practice is getting better, but don’t be complacent, you still have a long way to go, as do we all.

We are encourage by what you have done, but disappointed in that the attendance was so low, and those absent may well lag behind in delivering appropriate, rights based humane services that are acceptable to us.

Below is the small video we ended our presentation –

Thankyou – and Live Well and Prosper



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One comment on “The Good Ship Titanic
  1. Lynda Henderson says:

    Looking forward to hearing all about it!

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