Public Speaker, Writer and Podcaster promoting understanding about wellbeing, dementia and support for carers.

I am devoted to these causes as I believe that everybody deserves the opportunity to have the best life possible!


Public Speaker

I am trained in the psychology of dementia care and offer workshops and talks on dementia, wellbeing and support for carers at corporate organisations, charities and the public sector.


I am a keen writer and use my knowledge on dementia, wellbeing and being a carer to create honest and informative blogs that I really hope will help people going through challenging times.


I host the podcast We Care. I started the podcast as a platform for carers to be able to share their experiences of caring for loved ones. You can listen to the podcast episodes on the link below.



14 May, 2022

One of the hardest things you will ever have to do is grieve for someone who is still living. This blog discusses the grief process of the loss of my mum. I really hope it is helpful for others.

26 March, 2022

In 2020 I said a beyond heart-aching goodbye to my mum. The person who I love and also the person who I can devastatingly no longer have in my life.

15 April, 2020

Here is a blog I wrote about caring for a parent throughout COVID-19. I've shared some ideas that I hope will be useful for people with caring responsibilities. 


James Rann

Rebecca has such enthusiasm and compassion and has increased awareness and understanding for so many people.

James Rann
CEO, Warren's Law & Advocacy
Constantine Papademetriou

There is no greater testament to Rebecca than the smile you see on the faces of everyone she has met. Through Rebecca's podcast We Care, she takes you on a journey from the word go and provides so much love and support for carers, making them feel like they are never alone.

Constantine Papademetriou
Political Researcher
Derek Fisher

Rebecca is a total credit to the dementia world and is a goldmine of information and has empathy galore. A real asset and a treasure.

Derek Fisher
Dementia Activist