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A Dementia Conversation May 2021

Russell Grant predicts a better year for Brent’s dementia community: CAD-Brent  in partnership with Ashford Place and other partners  met together on zoom to have a ‘dementia conversation’ and agreed their top 5 priorities for the rest of the year. We are all keen to reclaim mental, physical and indeed social resilience lost during covid and […]

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Dementia Action Week 2021

This week we hosted a Dementia Conversation, as part of Dementia Action Week 2021! Bringing together dementia stakeholders from across the borough, we spoke to carers, people living with dementia, professionals, and volunteers alike. The day was kicked off by our special guest and Alzheimer’s Society ambassador, Russell Grant, who gave a moving and poignant […]

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Silver Jubilee Park launch Chair Yoga and Basic IT course in partnership with Stanmore College

IT Skills: This starters course will be running at Silver Jubilee Park for 5 weeks from 8th April.  Learning new skills will keep your mind active and engaged and will allow you to keep connected with the world.  You will learn how to communicate online, how to make safe transactions (for example shopping online).  Please […]

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Photography project launches for people living with dementia

Talk Dementia & Photobook Project THE DEMENTIA LIVES MATTER PROJECT Ellie Robinson-Carter is an Illustrator, Creative Dementia Practitioner & Researcher based in Falmouth, UK. Ellie devises creative frameworks & invites individuals to take ownership of them, fostering their authorial voices & personal narratives. Working locally, nationally & internationally Ellie specialises in working with people living […]

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People living with dementia outline their plans for a dementia friendly Brent

Dementia speaks its mind: Hendon Football Club were the welcoming and generous hosts of a CADBrent/Ashford Place gathering back in February  as people living with dementia and carers agreed a manifesto for a dementia friendly borough here in Brent. Aims include disability friendly public transport, clarity about and accessibility of support services, greater awareness of […]