Memory Awareness Event

It's Time to Talk - January 2020

Memory Awareness Event - it's Time to Talk

28th January 2020

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Memory Awareness Event - it's Time to Talk - 28th January 2020

This event was very well attended with a wide range of groups and services on hand to offer expert advice. They included:

  • Cheshire Police – promoting Herbert Protocol
  • Living Well and Poynton Golden Memories Group
  • Cheshire Independent Agents
  • Poynton Library Service
  • Older Persons Adult Mental Health Team
  • Cheshire East Carers Hub
  • Citizens Advice
  • Admiral Nurse
  • Age UK Cheshire East
  • Able Living Care Services
  • The Bridgend Centre
  • Citizens Advice Cheshire North
Cheshire East Council’s Local Area Co-ordinators and Community Development Officers were available to talk to along with Dr. David Ward, Rhoda Gaylo – Care Community Coach, Angela Hughes from the Older Persons Adult Mental Health Team, Stephanie Ragdale – Admiral Nurse and social workers.

Music was provided by our local musicians Adam and David.

Photos taken at the event

 

 

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