26 November 2018
Source: UCL and Vision UK
Videos from speakers who have given permission are now available to view from the University College of London (UCL) and Vision UK Dementia and Sight Loss Conference held on 22 June 2016. The conference aimed to raise awareness and educate stakeholders of the issues affecting people with dementia and sight loss as well as discuss strategies for care.
Presentations from speakers who have given permission can also be viewed here.
List of videos
All videos from speakers who have given permission can be viewed here or below.
- Video 1 of 17: Welcome – Professor Sebastian Crutch (UCL), Matt Broom (Vision UK) and Paul Ursell (The Royal College of Ophthalmologists)
- Video 2 of 17: Dementia and sight loss by Gemma Jolly (Alzheimer’s Society)
- Video 3 of 17: The neuropsychology of dementia-related visual impairment by Professor Sebastian Crutch (UCL)
- Video 4 of 17: Q&A with Gemma Jolly (Alzheimer’s Society) and Professor Sebastian Crutch (UCL)
- Video 5 of 17: The social and psychological consequences of dementia-related visual impairment by Emma Harding (UCL)
- Video 6 of 17: The College of Optometrists’ Prevalence of Visual Impairment in Dementia (PrOVIDe) study by Michael Bowen (The College of Optometrists)
- Video 7 of 17: Dementia and low vision by Jennifer Brower (Association of British Dispensing Optician)
- Video 8 of 17: Q&A with Michael Bowen (The College of Optometrists) and Jennifer Brower (Association of British Dispensing Optician)
- Video 9 of 17: Feedback on the professional focus groups conducted with Occupational Therapists and Social Care Workers about awareness of dementia-related visual impairment and Q&A by Dr Anne McIntyre (Brunel University London)
- Video 10 of 17: Sight loss and Dementia Friendly Principles of practice – how we are preparing the workforce to recognise and meet the needs of people living with sight loss and dementia by June Neil (RNIB)
- Video 11 of 17: Wellcome Collection exhibitions by Dr Tony Woods (Wellcome Collection)
- Video 12 of 17: Short film ‘Do I see what you see?’ Experiences of people with Posterior Cortical Atrophy (PCA) by Simon Ball (UCL)
- Video 13 of 17: Personal stories from home based trial of Amazon Echo by Nicholas Firth (UCL on behalf of participants)
- Video 14 of 17: ‘Computers and Assistive Technology, what’s new?’ and Q&A by Hector Minto (Microsoft)
- Video 15 of 17: An update on the Pedestrian Accessibility & Movement Environment Laboratory (PAMELA) by Dr Keir Yong (UCL) and Ian McCarthy (UCL)
- Video 16 of 17: Qualitative research into dementia and glaucoma and Q&A, Simon Read (Cardiff University)
- Video 17 of 17: Round up, Matt Broom (Vision UK) and Paul Ursell (The Royal College of Ophthalmologists)