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Extraordinary, compelling, brave, authentic. 

Avril Easton

ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF IRELAND

An excellent rendition, capturing the ‘inside voice’ on the outside. I really found that each piece resonated something deep inside as a carer. 

Máire-Anne Doyle

DEMENTIA CARERS CAMPAIGN NETWORK

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Yes, But ... event documentation (screen

I found the process incredibly cathartic and it  released a lot of inner feelings, and I was  sceptical at first. I think it’s a fantastic piece of  work, it’s really poignant.

Raymond Cregan

Vice Chair of the

DEMENTIA CARERS CAMPAIGN NETWORK

A remarkable piece; honest, moving and powerful.

Dr. Francesca Farina

Global Brain Health Institute

TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN

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Yes, But ... event documentation (screen

A complex and poignantly beautiful film 'Yes, But Do You Care?'. An important work that speaks to and for many in society whose voice is unheard.

Helen O’Donoghue

IRISH MUSEUM OF MODERN ART

It shows layers of complexity. I'm hoping that legislators, politicians, policymakers will see this… I think the art piece really does show the struggles of real life, and the person at the centre of it.

Susan Crampton

DEMENTIA CARERS CAMPAIGN NETWORK

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It’s such powerful work.

Sheena Barrett

The LAB / DUBLIN CITY ARTS OFFICE

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Yes, But ... event documentation (screen

A compelling and powerful piece.

Laura O’Philbin

ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF IRELAND

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It gave a safe-space for carer’s real stories… stories never heard before; it’s so important we hear them.

Laura Reid

ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF IRELAND

Your work is very true to my memory of our travels through Alzheimer’s; patient and carer together.

Martin Dunn

DEMENTIA CARERS CAMPAIGN NETWORK

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Yes, But ... event documentation (screen

It shows so much care, consideration, compassion and, above all passion, in seeking to understand and highlight the experiences, needs and rights of carers and those for whom they care. 

Jane Ohanlon

POETRY IRELAND

I heard that Ireland had a culture of shame and I think this is the kind of situation we found ourselves in, there's a certain reluctance or avoidance of the whole issue. So anything that helps to raise the whole profile and knowledge and understanding of this illness is to my thinking, very worthwhile; and kind of honouring my late wife as well.

Martin Dunn

DEMENTIA CARERS CAMPAIGN NETWORK

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Yes, But ... event documentation (screen

I can't believe how many different emotions I felt watching it.  It is a truly beautiful, astonishing piece of work. I think other carers will really be able to relate to it and see parts of their journey in it.

Judy Williams

ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF IRELAND

It's an incredible piece of work, tender, beautiful and emotive. Just stunning.

Áine Crowley

CREATE

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Yes, But ... event documentation (screen

Every one of us got some sort of catharsis and some sort of understanding from it; and it's a very difficult journey.

Nuala O'Connell

DEMENTIA CARERS CAMPAIGN NETWORK

I felt a trust in the artists and what they’d done, because I really felt like they had listened to us the carers, as we went through the process, and they've definitely represented what we were feeling. .

Susan Crampton

DEMENTIA CARERS CAMPAIGN NETWORK

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