Dementia Adviser – new role

11th June 2021, 12:01pm | By Stephany Bardzil |

Alzheimer’s Support is expanding its team of Dementia Advisers to meet a rising need for information, advice and support across Wiltshire. The charity is seeking a new adviser to work 20 hours a week, liaising with memory services and supporting the existing team across the county. To find out more about this rewarding opportunity or to apply, please see the job details here. Closes 30th June.

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