Sep 17, 2019

Ita Buttrose – Dementia Action Week, Dementia Australia

HelloCare spoke to Ita Buttrose, AC OBE a member of the Dementia Australia’s panel, about how to tackle discrimination against people who are living with dementia.

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  1. Love Ita interview – she is an amazing woman. However WHY is the interviewer looking at her phone while speaking to Ita Buttrose? It was very rude and distracting. Gosh how embarrassing – it looked awful and goes against every polite axiom we have in modern society!

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