Liverpool musician raises awareness of living with dementia

A musician from Liverpool who is living with dementia is using music to raise awareness about the disease.

Paul Hitchmough joined forces with the Countess of Chester hospital choir at the “Listen, Learn and DO’ event as part of dementia awareness week.

Just to get people with dementia to get their message across. To shout loud and clear about what we want as we are the experts.

– PAUL HITCHMOUGH, MUSICIAN

Event Organiser Andy Tysoe who’s a specialist dementia nurse at the Countess of Chester hospital said:

We can’t expect people with dementia to change their behaviour, we need us to change our behaviour and our approach then we can help people live better with their dementia.

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