1. SPLF Nice 2015 (1) Le retable

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    from Jean-Claude Monfort Added 2 0 0

    Cette video correspond à la première partie de la communication présentée au 31ème congrès de la SPLF à Nice le jeudi 3 septembre 2015. Nous proposons un voyage dans le temps, à Colmar, au Musée Unterlinden où se trouve le retable de Mathias Grunewald. Nous remontons dans le temps jusqu'en 1512, date de création du retable à Issenheim dans la commanderie des moines de l'ordre de Saint-Antoine dont les fonction était de soulager les souffrances des malades, en particulier celles liées au mal des ardents, une maladie épidémique en Europe à cette époque en raison de la consommation d'ergot de seigle. Nous avons utilisé l'un des panneaux de ce rétable de l'art religieux, l'aggression de Saint-Antoine par des monstres sataniques, pour faire l'hypothèse d'une réalité profane universelle bien cruelle: les soignants qui s'occupent des malades les plus difficiles, attaqués hier par des monstres, pouraient continuer à l'être aujourd'hui. Les termes utilisés ont changé avec la mise en avnt des "risques psychosociaux". Pour diminuer les risques d'épuisement des soignants, il nous est apparu que le premier temps était de construire des outils pour évaluer ce qui nous épuise. Le premier outil de mesure est l'EPADE (échelle des personnes âgées difficiles qui épuisent), le deuxième est le REDIPA (recueil des émotions des soignants en difficulté avec les proches-aidants). A côté de l'épuisement possible des soignants au contact de ce qui a été appellé "la vieillesse turbulente"*, le rétable d'Issenheim montre, dans un autre panneau, qu'un soignant peut avancer en âge dans sa profession jusqu'à pouvoir rencontrer, dans une ambiance apaisée, un ermite, sage et âgé de ... 113 ans. Ce retable commandé et exécuté pour être montré aux personnes souffrant du mal des ardents en 1512 aurait pu aussi être conçu pour témoigner aux soignants, d'une part que la pénibilité de leurs soins est reconnue, d'autre part pour qu'ils ne se laissent pas aller à penser que la vieillesse est obligatoirement turbulente mais qu'il existe une possibilité d'avancer en âge de manière apaisée. * Dominique Léger, CH de Niort

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    • Joy

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      Memory of a faded mind: a daughter explores her mother's life and declining health. This short documentary film relives the life of Joy, a beautiful English mother. Narrated by the delightfully soft voice of her eldest daughter (Jude), the waves of emotion carry you through her story. "No one should ever forget what a wonderful woman Joy was." Dedicated to the lasting memory of Joy Frank. Copyright © 2015 Objekt Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Director - Bart Frank Producers - Bart Frank & Alex Kempner Narrator - Jude Lovick Soundtrack - Alex Kempner

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      • Truthful Kindness: A Lot of Living

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        Truthful talks about living life after being her diagnosis of cognitive impairment. For more videos on dementia, please visit, www.dementiamentors.org

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        • The Core Health Consultancy - We think differently about exercise and your health

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          from helen tite Added 146 0 0

          The Core are well known for their footprint in health. Your experts will listen, advise and signpost. We can recommend appropriate exercises and classes to your needs or refer you to other providers that may be more suitable. Core Health Consultancy establishes clear links between Health sector and business by consulting, championing, designing and delivering bespoke fitness and wellbeing packages for a wide array of long term conditions including weight loss and back care. Working with business in back care and staff wellbeing in UK and overseas, recognising the importance of keeping businesses thriving with healthy staff. Corporate strategies and health planning. Healthy Corporation and health assessments with dietary planning reduce waistlines and setting goals within business sector. The CHC specialists can provide highly qualified innovative and flexible fitness solutions to support increased health, wellbeing, strength, balance, flexibility, endurance and above all quality of life for both carers and patients. We have experience delivering courses in the following areas:- Mindfulness Balance and Falls Neurological Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease COPD Obesity - Kick Start Fat Loss and Baggy Tee-Shirt Cardiac Phase IV Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Nutrition Cancer Pre and Post-Operative Health Assessments Back to Work Planning & Assessments The Core Health Consultancy has excellent experience working for and with the NHS, Local Authorities, other government departments and The Charitable sector to deliver high impact, value for money services.

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          • Episode 6: Alzheimer's

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            • DEMENTIA ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS: LEWY BODY DEMENTIA (LBD) CARE PARTNERS

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              In this Dementia Round Table Discussion; my two guess are care partners for their husbands who have diagnosis of Lewy Body Dementia (LBD) and other disabilities. With me is Judy Shaver Bowles of Georgia and Mildred (Millie) Nowak from Wisconsin. For more great videos on dementia, please visit www.dementiamentors.org

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              • C.P.R #3: VINNETTONOGRAPHY, 2015 (trailer)

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                from Mohamed-El-Haddi Added 11 0 0

                The C.P.R (Creative Process Renaissance) project, Mohamed-El-Haddi's latest art film series, explores the creative process that artists go through when making an art work, documenting their approach, aesthetics, questions, struggles and triumphs from start to end. Play, inspiration, forward, concepts, rewind, expand further, go deeper, never stop, play it over again...and share what you discover with the world. In VINNETTONOGRAPHY (2015), the third episode in Mohamed-El-Haddi's ongoing series in the C.P.R project, Family Carer Vinnette Campbell explores the making of her art work 'A Week In The Life Of Terence Campbell,' documenting the everyday life of her father, Terence Campbell , who has dementia, through a series of black and white photographs. In Vinnette's own words, 'as I'm caring for my father, why not document his life in some way [...] for the future when the time comes for me to reflect back on him and what I was doing for him at the time.' One of the aims of the project was to 'take photographs of my dad doing various things [...] that we do and take for granted and find fairly easy to do and straightforward [...] while it takes him a while.' The photographs become instant memories that allow the viewers to have exclusive access to Terence's world in which every little thing from putting on his socks to taking dishes to the kitchen proves to be a challenge 'for somebody with dementia, speech problems, slight walking issues but he was able to do all those things and I was able to photograph him doing them.' Vinnette genuinely relished in the creative process involved as 'it was fun to take the photographs, sieve through them, sort them out, put them together in a logical way that made sense for me and put them in a little booklet. That was all a nice challenge.'

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                • #Smileandreflect Memory Cafe with The Core Health Consultancy

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                  from helen tite Added 2 0 0

                  Dementia impacts not only the client, but the carers, family and friends of individuals suffering. We recognise that clients will need familiarity in our fun, stress-busting, functional sessions. Carers are actively encouraged to join us in improving not only the client’s safe daily living activities but also their own quality of life. Music based seated activity will develop and sustain life enhancing skills, along with improved mental agility, and progression with speech and language. Social engagement will impact on the mental wellbeing of all involved and may help clients to delay the onset of further symptoms.

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                  • Wishing Well - Musicians in Healthcare at Brighton and Sussex University Hospital

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                    from Sarah West Added 18 0 0

                    Once a week two musicians from Wishing Well Musicians in Healthcare play for the patients and families on the acute dementia ward at Brighton and Sussex University Hospital. They spend time on the Emerald Unit singing and playing for people living with dementia, and bring them alive. Music is more than a common language, it's vital to every one of us and should be with us everywhere we go, especially when we are in hospital.

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                    • Window of Opportunity

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                      from Joseph Rowntree Foundation Added 174 2 0

                      SURF (Service User Reference Forum) are a group in Liverpool who meet regularly to enable people living with dementia to work together with health and social care commissioners, clinicians and others to influence policy and practice. In this film Tommy Dunne and Gina Shaw describe the achievements of the group and their ambitions to transform Liverpool into a city that enables people living with dementia to live full and active lives independently for as long as possible.

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