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“Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk” by Keith Oliver

‘…At one time I thought I was bullet proof: I was wrong. No one is.’

On New Year’s Eve 2010, Keith Oliver was told by a doctor that he had Alzheimer’s Disease. He was just 55, the head of a thriving primary school, a husband, father and grandfather, in the process of studying for an MA in Education.
Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk is the story of Keith’s life before, during and since receiving his diagnosis, told not just by Keith, but by the health professionals, friends and family who know him best, and including a selection of the talks he has given to a wide variety of audiences since his diagnosis. This is a story of hope and encouragement that is both moving and inspiring.

‘An essential companion for anyone who has been diagnosed with dementia, or those close to them… It’s a damn good read.’

– Richard Madeley, Alzheimer’s Society Ambassador

Join Keith Oliver for the launch of his new book
Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk

Saturday 12th November 10am-3pm

Venue: Canterbury Christ Church University, Augustine House (room AH1.21)
Refreshments will be available
Keith will be giving a short presentation about his book at 10.30am, 12pm and 2pm, but you are welcome to drop in at any point during the day for your signed copy at the special promotional price of £5.
Directions to Augustine House can be found here.

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