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Hi-tech audio diaries connecting people with dementia with the mainstream media

26 people who live with dementia have been reporting their thoughts and experiences through a specially designed, 3D-printed handset, and have been trained as reporters by communications rights organisation On Our Radar.

"We wanted to use technology which is as easy as possible to use," Paul Myles, said editorial manager for On Our Radar, "so that technological barriers to reporting, storytelling and communicating weren't an issue."

Read more on the Journalism.co.uk website.