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Armley: Memory Lane Café offers dementia support

Memory Lane Dementia Café is a chance for people in Armley and Wortley to make friends with other people living with memory problems or dementia every third Thursday at Strawberry Lane Community Centre. Dawn Newsome has the details…

The word ‘dementia’ describes a set of symptoms that may include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language, and often changes in mood, perception or behaviour.

if you have any concern or have a family member who is showing sign of Dementia, come and join us at Memory Lane.

For more information, contact Karen Catterill 0113 2799292.

Latest updates on the Armley Helping Hands Facebook page.


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