The Trust is calling for proposals for projects that will generate new thinking about dementia.
We have been supporting improvements for people dementia and their carers for over thirty years. In 2012, the European Foundations’ Initiative on Dementia (EFID) held a workshop entitled ‘Reframing Dementia’ in Dundalk in Ireland. This focussed on how to develop and promote new perspectives in communication about dementia. Professor Baldwin Van Gorp, presented an analysis of research he had undertaken at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in a paper called Reframing Dementia. You can find the presentation here.
Since then we’ve been interested in disrupting some of the old ways that people think about dementia, and communicating new ideas that reframe it. You can see more about that here on our website.
The DSDT is pleased to announce a call for projects in this area. We are prepared to consider a wide range of projects including art installations, communications campaigns, workshops, publications, photography… or any other project that appeals to the panel of Trustees who will select them. The amount awarded will be £10,000 for each project and we anticipate funding three projects in the first round.
First step; Please send an account of what you would like to do – not more than two sides of A4 – to email@example.com The closing date has been extended to August 31st, 2018.
Second step; Those selected will be sent a form to collect further information before final selection and an award is made
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries