Every story has the power to inspire.
There is a place and a role for each person. Every story has the power to inspire the community as a whole.
What We Do
Project We Forgot (PWF) is a community amplifying the stories and experiences of carers and persons living with dementia around the world. Working with partners and collaborators, we advocate for change, enhance support systems, and empower carers and persons living with dementia globally with the goal of working towards an inclusive and compassionate society.
Amplify Stories and Experiences
We believe in the power of storytelling. Bringing together experiences from diverse backgrounds and cultures, we harness their collective power as catalysts for understanding, compassion, community, and change. Our platform offers a range of resources, including support for carer wellbeing, services, and care information.
Foster Awareness and Understanding
Through outreach and education initiatives, we strive to raise awareness, prompt dialogue, change attitudes, and foster a deeper understanding of the profound impact of dementia on individuals, families, and communities.
Collaborate for Impact and Change
We partner with stakeholders across different sectors, including government agencies, corporations, educational institutions, and community organisations. We focus on key areas such as brain health, carer support, and dementia care, advocating for meaningful change, strengthening support systems, and empowering carers and individuals living with dementia globally.
Why Share Your Story
Empower, Connect, and Support
Your journey has the power to inspire and empower others who are navigating the complexities of dementia care. By sharing your triumphs, lessons learned, and coping strategies, you offer hope, guidance, and valuable insights to fellow carers on their care journeys. These stories highlight the extraordinary resilience and strength of carers, uniting us across borders and igniting a global movement of empathy and support.
Advocacy and Awareness
Personal narratives humanise the dementia experience, challenging misconceptions and promoting empathy. Sharing your story raises awareness of dementia's impact on individuals, families, and communities, fostering a compassionate and supportive society.