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January 2023

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Welcome to 2023! Keep up to date with some January updates! We’re planning an upcoming project with The Place (Dance Company) A small group of BA students from the London School for Contemporary Dance will explore devising process towards making a piece of dance theatre… Read More »January 2023

December 2022

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Welcome to the last newsletter of 2022! The newsletter is back! At Rosetta Life, and specifically Brain Odysseys, we want to thank everyone for theircontributions and unwavering support throughout 2022. The Ambassadors networkhas developed over the year and we now have over 100 Ambassadors in… Read More »December 2022

Samuel

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Sam was a contract manager in Axis security. In 2014, he went on holiday to Ghana and this is when his stroke happened. He spent over a month in hospital in Ghana, then one day the doctors said it was okay to travel back. When… Read More »Samuel

Leslie

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Born 1948 in Norwich, Norfolk. Worked as a waiter in my early days, and later in Human Resources. I have also done some amateur script writing and poetry as extracurricular activities. I had a stroke in 2011 when I was 63. I have since been… Read More »Leslie

Haide

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Haide grew up in the Philippines, and then she went to Lebanon in 1995 to be a domestic helper. Then in 2000, the family she helped in Lebanon had grandchildren and she moved to the UK to be a nanny for them. In 2011, she… Read More »Haide

Fanny

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Fanny was born in 1946 in the Philippines. She came to the UK in 1974 to study to become a psychiatric nurse. She was a psychiatric nurse in hospitals including St Thomas’ Hospital for 25 years. Fanny suffered a stroke while she was on holiday… Read More »Fanny

Christina

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Christina was born in Ghana and moved to the UK via Switzerland in 1989. She was a care-worker for the elderly at Battersea Bridge House for 20 years. Christina’s primary hobby and passion is dress-making. She said that this was much easier before her brain… Read More »Christina