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Spaces are available (12 in the total group) on the next programme of Carer workshops in Aylesbury, run by the Alzheimer's Society.

It is aimed at family and friends of those with dementia.

The programme will start in September and run for 5 weeks, every Monday afternoon.

The workshops aim to provide you with information and support:

  • Understanding the nature of dementia
  • How you can support and care for someone with dementia
  • The support services that are available
  • Planning for the future

Respite care during the sessions is likely to be available — please ask about this.

To book your place, please contact 01296 331722 or email: aylesbury@alzheimers.org.uk

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