Dementia Awareness week in Bramley

Would you like to know more about dementia? Do you have concerns about yourself, your loved ones or friends.

This week is national Dementia Awareness Week.

Bramley Lawn and Bramley Community Shop (at Bramley Centre) are hosting extra activities on Thursday 19 May to raise awareness and support people with Dementia.

  • come for a cuppa with the Alzheimer’s Society at Bramley Lawn – 10.30-12.00. It’s free, and a chance to have a chat with a friendly expert who can help advise people about their own situation or that of a loved one. This is part of Bramley Lawn’s weekly Remember Thursdays.
  • at 1.30, also at Bramley Lawn, there is a dementia friendly sing-along film screening of My Fair Lady, to which anyone is welcome.
  • An Alzheimer’s Society rep will be also available at Bramley Community Shop for free advice and information, from 1.00 on Thursday.

Bramley Elderly Action’s Reminiscence Group will meet as usual at 6.30 on Thursday – this week at Rossefield Manor. Hannah, the Curator at Armley Mills will be leading the session.

This Thursday at Bramley Lawn – we have the regular Memory Morning (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th Thurs of the month), and

You can also take part in one of  BEA’s Dementia Awareness Training sessions. The next dates are: Thursday 7 July (6.00), and Thursday 8 September (1.30) at Bramley Lawn. Please call Maureen Rushworth (0113 236 1644) to book your place.

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