Monthly Archives: March 2018

Rutland launches specialist nurse service to help dementia patients in the county

Rutland in the East Midlands has appointed its first dementia- specialist Admiral nurse thanks to a partnership between Dementia UK, the charity that oversees the service nationally, and Rutland County Council.Angela Moore has been appointed as the county’s first Admiral Nurse. Her role will be to provide support to families facing the most complex cases […]

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Lighthouse Poole continues successful series of dementia friendly film screenings

A POPULAR series of dementia-friendly film screenings continues this spring and summer at Lighthouse in Poole. Although not exclusively for people with dementia, the screenings are particularly suitable for those affected by the condition, their partners and family members, as well as the people who care for them professionally. The screenings allow for audience members to talk, […]

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New memory cafe opens in Thirsk

A monthly ‘Memory Cafe’ is to launch in Thirsk to support people who are living with dementia.The event, which is run by Thirsk Community Care and Home Instead Senior Care is designed to offer a safe and relaxed social gathering place for local people living with memory loss, mild cognitive impairment, early Alzheimer’s, or other […]

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