Dementia Friendly Marlborough

29th January 2020, 6:24pm | By Sally Rhodes |

Alzheimer's SocietyWe are looking for people in Marlborough to help make the town dementia friendly, there are lots of ways to get involves a few examples below:

Help us to get  Marlborough excited about being dementia friendly.

Come along to a meeting /hold a meeting and share your experiences and tell us what we need to do to make this a reality.

Attend a dementia Friends session ( groups small or large, sessions are free and can be arranged to suit any schedule)

Canvas local business, tell friends and colleagues

Deliver leaflets

Become a dementia champion- if you are already a dementia champion get involved

If you are interest in helping  please email     Sally.innovations@gmail.com

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