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Dementia United
Making Greater Manchester the best place in the world for dementia care.
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Alzheimer's Society Feb 19
‘The need for a cure for dementia is pressing, but practical solutions to benefit those with the condition are also vital.’ discusses social care and dementia crises in the .
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Tim Bale Feb 13
If you or yours are affected by , can I recommend listening to Wendy Mitchell's brilliant 'Somebody I used to know' on here: Moving and informative: you'll learn an awful lot, I promise.
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Dementia United Feb 16
"Let's not tell people with dementia bad news, simply because it's the reality, agreed?"
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Healthwatch Manc Jan 31
In Nov 2017 we published our 'Beyond the Diagnosis' report into and the . We worked closely with and on this report. Read it here:
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Rethink Mental Illness Feb 14
Well. It's 😬 We're not sure about the fluffy red hearts and cheap chocolates but we do know that telling someone you love that you care is always worthwhile. So take a moment and give someone a call 💙
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Haelo Feb 14
What better day to launch our latest blog from than the day of love!? ❤️
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NHS Million Feb 13
It's and we have a lot of love for our NHS and its staff. Pls Rt if you
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School4ChangeAgents Feb 13
Invite your friends to our School for Change Agents starting on Thursday at 3pm Sign up here:
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Alzheimer's Society Feb 14
We couldn't say it better ourselves on . Written by our wonderful ambassador in her recently published book .
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Dementia United Feb 14
Proud to have supported in their launch of the Herbet Protocol. Do you care for someone who has Dementia and worry that they may go missing? Find out how The Herbet Protocol could give you piece of mind
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Salford CVS Feb 9
Our Wellbeing Fund is open for applications! Groups can bid for up to £1,000 for health and wellbeing projects. It's a simple 2-page application form. We especially want to see bids from BME, Disability and LGBT groups. Full details available at:
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Alzheimer's Society Feb 10
Tune in to today at 7.55am and 9.25pm to listen to our appeal. Ambassador will be speaking to Peter Lyttle about his experience with dementia and the support he's received from us.
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Together Dementia Jan 17
These sessions in could be really useful for somebody who would like to learn techniques to communicate more effectively with someone who has
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#SalfordYOD Feb 7
Our very own Dr Andrew Clark of the & recently earned an international award for his into how neighbourhoods affect people living with - You can find out more here
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Salford Together Feb 9
“It is so important for me to be here in my own home, take that away and I might as well be dead. When I am at home I am normal.” Find out more about Joan
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Dementia United Feb 9
Do you care for someone who has and worry that they may go missing? The Herbert Protocol could give you some peace of mind, find out more:
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Dementia United Feb 8
'Why feel ashamed of having a complex brain disease?’ Wendy Mitchell on her extraordinary Alzheimer's memoir:
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Together Dementia Jan 19
We've got an updated list of great weekly activities & monthly groups for people with & in
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G M Police Jan 26
National scheme designed to protect loved ones living with dementia launched in Greater Manchester
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Alzheimer's Media Feb 5
Dementia, "losing yourself in a way that's frightening for you, and terribly painful for those that love you". Incredibly powerful video on Carol Jennings and research into dementia.
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