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Exploring dementia through dance…London presentations for those with Young Onset Dementia

Beatrice Allegranti Dance Theatre present their new work-in-progress I’ve Lost You Only To Discover I Have Gone Missing, inspired directly by people living with Young Onset Dementia and their families.During 2017, Beatrice Allegranti Dance Theatre created bespoke participatory dances for people living with the rare diagnosis of young onset dementia and their families. This dance […]

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Dementia support group relaunches in Hampshire town of Alton

ALTON Community Association has has relaunched its community club for senior citizens.The club was closed during August while Alton Community Centre underwent refurbishment work but re-opened in September and is now run in partnership with Altonian Care and Dementia Friends.The revamped community club is headed up by co-ordinator Stephanie Cruse. Now running on a Tuesday and […]

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Sainsbury’s introduce dementia friendly toilets signs to all stores

Sainsbury’s have pledged to make toilets in all their stores more dementia friendly by introducing colourful, easy to spot, ‘Way out’ signs on the doors.This simple initiative will help customers with dementia find their way about more easily and help prevent them becoming disorientated and confused in the unfamiliar surroundings.Angela Clayton-Turner with Clive Proctor, Property […]

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