Dementia: Isolation and Inclusion

Date

Thursday 11 May 2017, 6:30PM - 8:30PM

Venue

London Diocesan House,
36 Causton Street
London
SW1P 4AU

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Area of concern

Health, Isolation, Practical Intervention.

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SW1P 4AU

We’re delighted to have Stephen Hammersley, Chief Executive of Pilgrims’ Friend Society joining us for our 3rd Learning Community on Isolation and the Elderly. It was our pleasure to have Stephen attend the last learning community so it’ll be great for him to be able to further the relationship already made.

Stephen will bring insight and practical suggestions as to how we offer welcome and inclusion for those with Dementia. Dementia is a disease which impairs people’s ability to remember, think and make choices. It currently affects 800,000 people in the UK, and that number is expected to double in the next 30 years.

This, therefore, seems like a good time for us to meet and learn together.

We look forward to you being with us on the 11th May where a light refreshments will be provided.

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