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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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  • 15 November 2017

Memory Walks get off to a flying start this year

This year’s programme of Alzheimer’s Society Memory Walks have got off to a flying start with more people than ever signing up to raise money for the charity and remember loved ones along the way.31 Memory Walks will take place throughout September and October at locations across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and a further 15 north of […]

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  • 13 September 2016

Why we must make elder abuse an imprisonable offence

Gary FitzGerald, Head of Action on Elder Abuse (AEA) explains why the charity has launched a campaign for new laws to protect older people who have suffered abuse.The abuse of older people is routinely recognised as a major issue, not just in the UK, but in many countries across the world.Both the United Nations and […]

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  • 27 June 2016
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