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Ticketyboo: Art, Dementia & Hope

An inspiring exploration of my father’s art and dementia leads to a global search for innovation in care.

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Impact areas

ARTS

HEALTH & WELLBEING

HUMAN RIGHTS & SOCIAL JUSTICE

INDIGENOUS

WOMEN & GIRLS

Crew

  • DIRECTOR Renée Brack

  • PRODUCER Kristen Hodges & Kristina Foster

Synopsis

DURATION: 90 MINUTES

Ticketyboo is a social impact documentary exploring the deeply personal story of my artist-father's dementia. How I did and didn't cope sparked new awareness, activism and advocacy. Becoming aware of what we can do to keep connected to loved ones with dementia is an ever-changing process full of mixed emotion and opportunity to evolve as a human being. I investigate what people from various cultures and nations do to make the most of life with a dementia diagnosis in the family and explore the world for global innovations in care.

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0.18% funded
  • $300,000.00

    FUNDING GOAL
  • $525.00

    FUNDS RAISED
  • December 2019

    PROJECT ENDS
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Joana Valente Perkins $50.00
Trudy Gilbert $50.00
Nina Radzyminski $100.00
$325.00

Issue Summary

A short summary of the issue the documentary is addressing

With dementia being the leading cause of death in Australian women, we need to engage in more positive ways with what diagnosis can mean. 1 in 2 people don't know what to do to help people with dementia and want to know more. This was uncovered in a Dementia Australia survey and, along with Article 25 of the Human Rights Charter, inspired the documentary. The film seeks to inform and empower people now as well as future generations with real ways of interacting with dementia and making a difference. It begins with awareness, activism and advocacy.

Impact

What is the impact vision statement of the documentary?

Raise awareness - inspire activism - generate advocacy.
We also want to speak to the survey result: ‘1 in 2 people don’t know how to talk to a person with dementia but would like to know more’ by exploring artistic, compassionate innovations in design for dementia care.
We seek to change cultural attitudes to nursing homes & offer a beacon of hope.

Outcomes

What outcomes does the project hope to achieve from making this documentary?

We aim to demystify dementia by increasing awareness of dementia management tools. Currently only 50% of Australians understand how to care for someone with dementia. We want to increase this to 75% 12 months after the first screening.

Stakeholders

How will partnerships with this project help inform the project development?

We are partnering with Dementia Australia.
We are currently seeking sponsorships with innovative companies in the aged care sector to collaborate in development and allow us to be messengers for positive change and innovation in the industry.
Sponsorship packages will include tailored content creation. Please contact [email protected] for more information.

Audience Engagement and Social Impact

What actions does this project hope for its viewers after seeing this film?

Viewers will be able to better understand options and push for change for a kinder care for their loved ones suffering dementia.

Measurement and Evaluation

What is the projects indicators for success?

12 months after the documentary first screens we will measure awareness of dementia management tools/techniques.

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