Age UK Cheshire gets behind Dementia Awareness Week

10 May 2016

Age UK Cheshire, the independent charity committed to making later life a more fulfilling and enjoyable experience for older people across Cheshire It is a fact of life that we all get older, Age UK Cheshire will be taking part in the Dementia Village, which is being set up outside the Town Hall in Chester on Saturday 14 May, as part of Dementia Awareness Week.
 
“We are keen to help anybody worried or affected by dementia. Being part of the Dementia Village, in such a prominent location will be a great opportunity for people to come and talk to us about dementia and the active programmes we have to help them”, commented Chris Fox, Senior Health and Wellbeing Officer at Age UK Cheshire.
 
“It will be a fun as well as an informative day and we will be showing some of the positive activities we operate, which can help people affected by dementia. We will running a walking football demonstration and people from our Men In Sheds programme will be there”, added Chris.
 
For more details, call Chris Fox on 0151 348 5493.

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