Opinion, expertise, and training from Louise Morse
Louise Morse is a trained Cognitive Behaviour Therapist with expertise on issues facing older people, including dementia. She works collaboratively and is part of an informal network of experts on issues of old age and dementia. Louise writes and speaks for Pilgrims' Friend Society at events and to the media. She also produces invaluable resources for those looking for guidance and support as they navigate growing older or serving older people in their community.
"My aim is to help everyone live their lives to the full, whatever their temperament and circumstances. Through my writing and talks my greatest joy is seeing people feel better equipped and encouraged in their journey - their blessing is my blessing!" - Louise Morse
Books and Resources
Louise Morse has written several resources to guide and support those navigating issues relating to older age and dementia.
Events and training
Louise is available to speak at events and offers regular training sessions on Zoom. If you would like information about Louise's next speaking engagement or Zoom, please email email@example.com
Faith in the Second Half - 11th-13th May
This online event is being run by our sister charity Faith in Later Life in partnership with Keswick Ministries. Exploring a broad range of aspects of later life, the event will take place over three consecutive mornings. Louise will be speaking on 12th and 13th May on the following topics: Why God Designed Old Age; Caring: The Essential Circles of Support; Bereavement and Loneliness; Dementia and and the Difference Made by Spiritual Support.
Read the latest from Louise's monthly email
Human brains are hard wired to socialise, and isolation is as harmful as smoking or drinking too much alcohol
How many reading this know anxious older people who are reluctant to leave their homes and mix with others as lockdown ends?
Like a shaft of light into a usually gloomy stream of reporting comes the news that the dementia in people aged 65 and over has reduced significantly.