Working to become Dementia Friendly

Bollington is now officially “Working to become Dementia Friendly”

A dementia-friendly community is a city, town or village where people with dementia are understood, respected and supported.

Communities who wish to be recognised as dementia-friendly can register on Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Friendly Communities recognition process. These communities will be considered to be ‘working to become dementia friendly’ and may use the ‘Working to become Dementia Friendly’ symbol (‘the symbol’) as long as they are part of this process.

STOP PRESS:
Bollington is now part of this process!
We’ll add more detail when available

We are hoping St Oswald’s may be used as a regular support meeting venue for carers and sufferers in future

One thought on “Working to become Dementia Friendly”

  1. This just popped up from nowhere and really cheered me up!
    In these strange and restrictive times its sometimes hard to remember that there are folk out there who care and want to help
    Sending my warmest regards to you all

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