‘Living Better with Dementia’ Films Premiere in Wrexham 

Five films aimed at creating a better understanding of dementia have been showcased at a premiere screening in Wrexham’s Odeon cinema. 

Over 100 guests, including members of the public and health and social care staff, attended matinee and evening showings of the films that aim to raise awareness and provide support for people living with or caring for someone with dementia. 

The five films can be viewed separately or as a continuous 32-minute film. They look at the following topics:  

  • What is dementia? 
  • When to seek help 
  • Getting a diagnosis 
  • Living with dementia 
  • Planning for the future 

Professor Tracey Williamson, Consultant Nurse for Dementia at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (Bwrdd lechyd Prifysgol), came up with the idea for the films and said: 

“Through the films we hope to create a better understanding of dementia in North Wales and beyond, including how to get checked and live as well as possible with the condition.” 

Find out more and view the continuous 32-minute film here: https://bcuhb.nhs.wales/news/health-board-news/living-better-with-dementia-films-premiere/