Coming Soon:

  • Jenkins, N. (Forthcoming / 2023). ‘Multi-species dementia studies: how moving beyond human exceptionalism can advance the critical turn’. In: Sandberg, L. & Ward, R. [Eds] Critical Dementia Studies: Affinities, Resistances & Alliances. London: Routledge.


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# Multi-Species Dementia Care in the Time of Covid-19: An interdisciplinary Discussion, Online, October 2020

# Dementia & Multi-Species Caring: Current Practice & Future Possibilities, BSG Small Event, May 2019

“Welcome & Introductions” Prof Debbie Tolson, University of the West of Scotland
“Dementia Dogs: exploring how dogs can help people live well with dementia” Fiona Corner, Henry & Anne Rankin, Dementia Dog Project. 

“The sanctuary of animals: Animal-assisted psychosocial interventions for people with dementia and their families” Dr Anna Jack-Waugh Mandy Cowan, Julie Garton, Alison Mann, Juanita Wilson (plus Maple & Tessa)
“The role of fish aquaria for people with dementia living in care homes”  Heather Clements, PhD student, University of the West of Scotland
“Animal Magic” Mary Morris (Care Inspectorate) & Jim Melville (Campbell Snowden House)
“What about the animals?” Lorena Sordo, PhD student, University of Edinburgh
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