Monthly Archives: December 2017

The Truths Out There or In Here?

The following article is reprinted (under creative commons) from “The Conversation” August 4th, 2017.

One might be inspired to ask “Who Watches the Watchers?” or “Who Believes the Believers?”

I reject your reality and substitute my own!  (from a 1974 episode of Doctor Who entitled The Deadly Assassin.

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The following article is reproduced from “The Conversation” July 24th 2017

Three visual illusions that reveal the hidden workings of the brain
File 20170720 24021 125ayhj.jpg?ixlib=rb 1.1Visual illusions can tell us a lot about how our brain interprets the world.
Mbellaccini, CC BY-SA

Kim Ransley,

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Its that time of year. Yesterday it was October- Tomorrow its Christmas.



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Walk In My Shoes

Recently we had the pleasure of presenting the overview of our Dementia Friendly Kiama project at a conference -“Walk In My Shoes – Carers Conference” on the central coast. The highlight was participating in a forum aimed at initiating a Dementia Friendly central coast.

Following is a link to a web based reproduction of the presentation.

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Disabilty Celebration

Friday December 1st saw the Celebration of three years of the Dementia Friendly Kiama project as well as celebrating the International Day of People with Disability.

Dementia advocates lead disability celebrations

eading dementia advocates and campaigners Sue Pieters-Hawke and Kate Swaffer are
leading local celebrations of International Day of People with Disability (Sunday 3

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