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DVB – Dementia Voices Brent Description

Dementia Voices Brent works as a consultation and engagement vehicle in the borough of Brent in order to raise awareness of dementia across all communities, and to ensure accessible health and welfare services. The group meets every third Tuesday of the month at Ashford Place and is welcoming people living with dementia, their family members, […]

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Brent residents living with dementia call for support to help them continue as independent and heathy people for as long as possible

The ‘You Said We Did’ event on the 29th November at the Chalkhill Community Centre heard from people living with dementia and a carer about the realities of living with the dementia and of caring for someone living with the condition. We also heard from a representative of the Dementia Voices Brent group who highlighted […]

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Dementia Voices 2018

People living with dementia call for greater awareness of dementia across all communities in Brent, an accessible directory of health and welfare services, and an answer to what is a key question for them i.e. what is available to us post diagnosis. Many carers and people living with dementia report that even if a diagnosis […]

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Dementia Voices Group Brent July 2018

The following themes emerged from our first meeting Accessible and current information on services: Current service/support information leaflets to be reviewed and changed where necessary by Dementia Voices reps. More carers groups. Invite key decision makers to these meetings Transport: Provide information on how to apply for a blue badge/Dial a Ride, taxi card etc […]

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The Memory Lounge

Jacalina and her colleagues from Preston Community Library have pledged to support the new Memory Lounge which opened on June 11.  This was the first day of National Carers Week. The Memory Lounge is a wonderful addition as Carers are often too exhausted to investigate the help and support which might be available.   Information will […]

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Reducing stigma of dementia in Brent

The Dementia Care Kilburn (DCK) Partnerships in Innovative Education (PIE) Initiative was established to foster an integrated approach to education and training for professionals and the public. Its mission was to reduce the stigma of dementia in local communities particularly amongst black, Asian & minority ethnic (BAME) and faith groups, removing common misconceptions of the […]

    ADDRESS

    60 Ashford Rd, London NW2 6TU.

    PHONE

    020 8208 8591

    EMAIL

    info@cad-brent.org.uk

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