Be more dementia friendly thanks to information session

The session will be held at Barca-Leeds

West Leeds residents are being invited to a session to learn more about how dementia affects people and what you can do to make a difference.

Support programme Dementia Friends will be hosting a free and open-to-all information session at BARCA-Leeds on Wyther Lane on Wednesday, 23 August at 2pm.

It’s a one-hour session, where people can ask questions, browse an information stall and learn how to become more dementia friendly.

The session is being organised by Linda Craven, a Dementia Friends ambassador, which is a voluntary role with the Alzheimer’s Society. Linda delivers Dementia Friends information sessions to enable individuals, groups and organisations to become more dementia friendly as well as fundraise and campaign on behalf of the Alzheimer’s Society.

Bramley & Stanningley’s councillors will also be in attendance.

Book your free place for the session here.

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