The following collective of articles are part of opening up for a new future of what can be possible to achieve in the care of people with dementia.
Told by Spark of Life Master Practitioners from around the world, these are all real experiences of the Spark of Life Philosophy in action and their inspiring results.
Anderson Simfukwe – Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias in Zambia (ADDIZ) >> Older Persons versus Witchcraft vis-a-vis Dementia Under the Spark of Life Philosophy
Clara D’Souza – Adhata Trust, Mumbai, India >> From Disability to Ability
Jen Newton – Retired Registered Nurse, Family Carer, Prison & Support Volunteer for Refugees, Tasmania, Australia >> The Spark of Life Philosophy – A Way of Life
Nang Soe Mon Oo – Ren Ci Hospital, Singapore>> From Impossible to Possible
Richard Semanda – Geriatric Respite Care Foundation, Uganda, Africa>> A Ugandan Perspective of the Value of the Spark of Life Philosophy
Jesca Nakibirango – Dyslexic Organisation & Munyonyo Learning Centre, Uganda, Africa>> Spark of Life Philosophy Bringing out the Potential in Children with Neurological Disorders
Leigh McLeod – Ranui Home, New Zealand >> Reducing the Use of Antipsychotics and other Remarkable Results
Elizabeth Aina-Scott – Hebron Love & Care Centre, Nigeria, Africa>> Spark of Life Philosophy Really Works
Nur Sahara Binte Kamsani – Ren Ci Nursing Home, Singapore>> Spark of Life Club Program – Endless possibilities
Tania Hammond – Cummins & District Hospital, S.A, Australia >> Two Lives Restored
Nilanjana Maulik – ARDSI Day Centre, West Bengal, India>> Restoring Purpose in Life
Hrefna Brynja – Akureyri, Iceland>> Spark of Life in Iceland