'We need a revolution in dementia care', says Beti George who cares for her partner David Parry-Jones - an iconic broadcaster once dubbed 'the voice of Welsh rugby'.

Filmed over the course of many months, there is both laughter and tears in this moving, honest and hard-hitting programme. It is a remarkable record of two people facing a terrible illness together.

Through Beti's experience the programme reveals the challenges and frustrations faced by thousands of carers across Wales and questions the way society supports dementia carers

References

TitleBeti and David: Lost for Words
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date13/02/17
Description'We need a revolution in dementia care', says Beti George who cares for her partner David Parry-Jones - an iconic broadcaster once dubbed 'the voice of Welsh rugby'.

Filmed over the course of many months, there is both laughter and tears in this moving, honest and hard-hitting programme. It is a remarkable record of two people facing a terrible illness together.

Through Beti's experience the programme reveals the challenges and frustrations faced by thousands of carers across Wales and questions the way society supports dementia carers
PersonsDebbie Tolson, Anna Jack-Waugh, Margaret Brown, Barbara Sharp

Description

'We need a revolution in dementia care', says Beti George who cares for her partner David Parry-Jones - an iconic broadcaster once dubbed 'the voice of Welsh rugby'.

Filmed over the course of many months, there is both laughter and tears in this moving, honest and hard-hitting programme. It is a remarkable record of two people facing a terrible illness together.

Through Beti's experience the programme reveals the challenges and frustrations faced by thousands of carers across Wales and questions the way society supports dementia carers

Period13 Feb 2017

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