6 October 2014 


BBC Radio 4 'You & Yours' programme with presenter Winifred Robinson:


Annemarie Anang, photographer of Mum, Dementia & I, shares her views on the benefits of carers recieving the Living Wage as well as the story of her own mother Elizabeth, living with dementia, who received 35 different carers in 6 months. To listen, click here.



9 October 2014


'Where is my elderly neighbour?' conference in London today at Mary Ward House, Tavistock Place, chaired by Pam Rhodes, Songs of Praise presenter and MHA patron. Panel guest Annemarie Anang, photographer of Mum, Dementia & I exhibition, led a workshop on 'Organising around the Citizens UK Social Care charter' which she supports. It calls for all

carers to receive a Living Wage, receive good

and relevant training and to be able to spend more time with their client. You can read the

full charter here: Citizens UK Social Care


BBC Radio 4 Interview

'Where is my eldery neighbour?' MHA conference in London 

13 November 2014


Mayor of Haringey - Cllr Kaushika Amin attended private viewing of Mum, Dementia & I on Tuesday evening at the Bernie Grant Art Centre in Tottenham. Guests felt that photographer Annemarie Anang, born and bred in Tottenham, brought such current national issues of dementia and social care, to a grassroot level by moving photographs which highlighted clearly what living with dementia is like for her mother and how our social care system could be improved. The exhibition runs until the 22nd November. 


Mayor of Haringey attends Private Viewing of Mum, Dementia & I.

Photography by Gersine Garz

1 December 2014


Listen to Annemarie Anang, photographer of Mum, Dementia & I talk dementia, social care and her new exhibition Mum, Dementia & I on the Woman to Woman Show on Premier Christian Radio with Anna Cookson.

Click here to listen and start recording from 00:52.

Photographer speaks on radio about dementia and social care.

21 December 2014


Patrick Sawer from The Telegraph interviews

Annemarie Anang on her mother Elizabeth's

experience of living with dementia, the effects

of the social care system and her photography

exhibition Mum, Dementia & I which is set to

tour in January 2015. Annemarie is convinced that more needs to be done to support people living with dementia and their families. "There was a general lack of care. I’d go over to see how mum was doing and I soon noticed the carers didn’t really seem to know what they were doing. Some of them hadn’t even been told mum had dementia." Click here to read the full article. 

The Telegraph interviews

photographer and social care campaigner on dementia.

Dementia Awareness Week Events announced:

30th April 2014


During Dementia Awareness Week, North Middlesex University Hospital where Mum, Dementia & I is being exhibited, will hold some dementia related events. This will be from Monday 18 - Friday 22 May 2015, 11am-1pm


Every day from 11am–12pm in the reception area there will be information stands about dementia and the local support available, run by Enfield Carers and, on 19 May, the Alzheimer's Society. There will also be a daily 12–1pm Dementia Friends event in the atrium where you can learn more about dementia and find out how to make our community more dementia-friendly. These will be run by our photographer Annemarie Anang, who is also a Dementia Friends Champion. All are welcome.


If you would like more information on Dementia Friends or would like to reserve a place, visit or just turn up on the day. 


Educational workshop focusing on dementia, delirium and mental health
workshop will take place on 20 May, 8.30am–4pm, lecture theatre, tower, level-The workshop will cover dementia, delirium and mental health. If you would like to attend contact or


There will be a cake stall on 20 May, 12pm–2pm – come along and sample some delicious cakes.


For more informtion on dementia please visit


Photography by Anthony Upton

Photography by Gersine Garz

Royal Photographic Society's article on 'Mum, Dementia & I' in May edition magazine.
"The images show Anang's mother in the way only a daughter's eyes can."
6 May 2015