A Creative Conversation on Design Objects & Dementia Things : DementiaLand from Hong Kong and Beyond

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Enable Foundation kick-started our new SIE funded capacity building programme in spring 2020. Dementia Hong Kong aims to engage cross-disciplinary teams to co-create a series of "Dementia Things" to address everyday issues of dementia as well as sharing dementia stories to raise public awareness of dementia. 

As part of the launch event of Dementia Hong Kong. Enable foundation team will conduct a creative dialogue with Dr Sarah Teasley, a social historian who works at the interface of history and design research, about the process and meaning of co-creating design objects (empathetic tools) with Hong Kong young and old citizens, people with dementia and their carers, social service providers.

Find out more:
Date: 07 August 2020 (Friday)
Time: 5 - 6 pm
Format: Enable Foundation Youtube Live -
Language: English

Dr Yanki Lee and Ire Tsui, Co-founders of Enable Foundation  
Dr Sarah Teasley, Design Historian

The event is organised by Enable Foundation. 
The projects featured: Dementia Going and Dementia Hong Kong, Social Innovation Design Lab. 
Capacity building programme and design research funded by SIE Fund. 
DementiaLand, from Hong Kong and Beyond, is supported by 
Design Trust Feature Grant and Topaz Edelweiss Foundation

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