Agnes Houston from Coatbridge in Glasgow should have recognised dementia when it started to afflict her; she had nursed her own father through it.
Agnes came to Belfast to take part in a conference on Dementia and Human Rights, to argue that life is worth living after a diagnosis.
I found her one of the loveliest and most heartening people I had ever interviewed. This is the full interview recorded for a report for Radio Ulster’s Sunday Sequence programme.
And this is the full report I made for Sunday Sequence of the conference on Dementia and Human Rights, held in Belfast on Feb 18. This incorporates clips of the original interview with Agnes.