Welcoming People With Dementia

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Welcoming People With Dementia


St Patrick’s Church, Club Room, Livesey Street, Manchester, M4 5HF


Friday 23rd February, 2.30pm to 4pm

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More than 920,000 people in the UK are living with dementia – a number expected to rise to over a million in 2024.  Most people with dementia are aged 65 and over, accounting for over 880,000 people.

Facilitated by Caroline Harrington, this session will focus on:

  • Understanding how dementia impacts
  • Living well with dementia
  • Removing stigma associated with dementia
  • Supporting families

The session will be delivered in spoken English with British Sign Language interpretation.

To book your place on the training, please complete this form.

For more information on the accessibility service and contact information to get in touch with Minna if you have any queries about this or other available training or support, please visit the service page on our website for Minna’s contact details.

We at Caritas, believe that everyone should have opportunity to participate in all activities. This includes people who use our services, employees and volunteers.

Together we will work alongside individuals to find inclusive ways of working that suit them best.  We seek to welcome, integrate, and support the participation of all people by making our projects accessible.  If you face barriers because of your physical, mental and emotional, learning, sensory and/or communications needs, please let us know. 

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