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Why does a moment matter and how can it be defined?

Hear Prof Paul Camic explain why we are interested in the moment, and why they matter to people living with dementia and everybody around them.

Hear Prof Paul Camic explain why we are interested in the moment, and why they matter to people living with dementia and everybody around them.

This step will also focus on explaining the different ways in which a moment can be defined and considered, exploring the relationship between memory and in-the-moment experience, and how this relates to identity as well as often being the cause of tensions.

The step also addresses how learning to appreciate the moments of experiences that people living with dementia have can lead to a better provision of services, as well as why arts-based activities are well suited for in-the-moment experiences for people living with dementia.

CREDITS We would like to thank Alicia Clarke/ Dance for Life for providing the supplementary images for this video.
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