Monthly Archives: July 2015

Can forests stimulate well-being in those with dementia?

Alan Air explains about a truly innovative project in Cumbria that hopes to harness the natural power of woodland to promote heightened feelings of well-being in those suffering from dementia. Writing in Cumbria Crack, he reports… CUMBRIANS living with dementia are to take part in an innovative lottery funded pilot project to see if forests […]

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  • 21 July 2015

Pop-up Memory Cafe comes to Crosby

CROSBY will welcome a pop up ‘Memory Cafe’ to offer locals the chance to find out more about Alzheimer’s Society services.It will provide opportunities for residents to meet specialist staff and find out more about local services in the area.Memory Cafes provide people with dementia and carers a platform to talk openly about living with […]

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  • 20 July 2015