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Formby Rotary Group learn about becoming Dementia Friends

There is currently a campaign to tackle the stigma and lack of understanding around dementia has been brought to Formby.

The members of the Formby Squirrels rotary group were recently treated to an informative talk by Elizabeth Foggin. Elizabeth is a solicitor from Autumn Years Law and she has previously spoken about launching a ‘Dementia Friends’ initiative in the area.

The Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Friends programme is a way to change people’s perceptions of dementia. The purpose of it is to change the way of which people think, act and talk about dementia.

The programme is also about learning more about dementia as well as what you can do in order to help. This could be as little as telling people about the Dementia Friends programme or even spending time with someone who has dementia. It doesn't matter what you do, however little or big, everything makes a difference.

Elizabeth is now currently delivering Dementia Friends Sessions to people around Formby and Southport.

Anyone wanting to attend a future Dementia Friends Session should contact Elizabeth Foggin at liz@autumnyearslaw.co.uk or telephone 01704 870404.

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