NHS Aylesbury Vale and Chiltern CCG and NHS England South have booked a series of Listening with your Eyes workshops open to all. Taking place in High Wycombe, Chesham and Amersham, they are a chance to develop skills in making connections with people living with dementia.
Vamos Amigos is a group of supporters who want to get a little bit more involved with the company - helping in small ways to spread the Vamos word. If you're interested in joining, we'd love to have you
Ever wondered what a clown has to say about death? Now's your chance, as performer Aron De Casmaker shares audience reactions to Finding Joy, and muses on the bigger themes of living, caring and dying that lie behind this year's Vamos projects.
I watched Finding Joy at the Belgrade theater in Coventry and what an amazing theater production it was, beautifully delivered, I had laughter , tears throughout the production, it never ceases to amaze me how people living with dementia are able to communicate with out using words and you portrayed that with your production, fantastic and powerful, thank you.
I saw your production on Finding Joy at the Belgrade Coventry last Saturday. It was absolutely wonderful, my friends and I left the theatre elated. I am not a carer but my son is involved with Magic Me and is also researching the arts and dementia at the Welcome Trust. I have learned from him that feelings are the most important experience for people with dementia. I thought the way you brought this out was brilliant. What seem like random, confused movements being understood was really tender as well as funny.