August 19, 2015

Yarn Up About Dementia

Article about a video that uses hip hop music to educate young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people about dementia, well-being, culture and respect.

A video that uses hip hop music to educate young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people about dementia, well-being, culture and respect.


Dementia Australia Vic partnered with the Winda-Mara Aboriginal Corporation and Indigenous Hip Hop Projects (IHHP) to produce it with a group of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from the Heywood community in Victoria.

Dementia Australia Vic will use it as an education resource for communities in that State. View the video and other resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people at: dementia.org.au

A video that uses hip hop music to educate young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people about dementia, well-being, culture and respect.

Dementia Australia Vic partnered with the Winda-Mara Aboriginal Corporation and Indigenous Hip Hop Projects (IHHP) to produce it with a group of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from the Heywood community in Victoria. Dementia Australia Vic will use it as an education resource for communities in that State. View the video and other resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people at: https://vic.fightdementia.org.au/vic/about-dementia-and-memory-loss/resources/indigenous-hip-hop-project-yarn-up-about-dementia


Image credit: screenshot from Yarn Up About Dementia copyright vic.fightdementia.org.au
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