DSDC Training and Advice Services in West Midlands (DSDC / The Lighthouse)


The respected Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) at Stirling University will provide a free information event entitled “Changing the Culture of Dementia Care” at Sandwell’s The Lighthouse.

The Lighthouse Project has established a dementia resource hub in the West Midlands, and has plans to offer a broad range of training and advice across the region.

The DSDC event will be on Wednesday April 15th 2015, between 9.30 am – 2.30 pm, at:

The Lighthouse: Dementia Resource Hub
Edward Street Hospital
Edward Street
West Bromwich
B70 8NL

Persons interested in booking place on the above event can click here or contact Lynsey Manson on 01786 467732 or email her: lynsey.manson@stir.ac.uk.


The Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust was one of the 42 NHS Trusts to receive funding from the “Improving the environment of care for people with dementia” capital fund.

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