Tag Archives: Joint Dementia Strategy for Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton’s Joint Dementia Strategy (Dementia Action Alliance / Wolverhampton City Council / Wolverhampton City Primary Care Trust)

Summary This page on the Dementia Action Alliance (DAA)‘s website clarifies Wolverhampton’s Joint Dementia Strategy. “The Joint Dementia Strategy developed by Wolverhampton City Council and Wolverhampton City Primary Care Trust sets out how the city will meet the objectives identified … Continue reading

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Three Further Dementia Cafés for Wolverhampton (Wolverhampton City Council)

Summary It is estimated that there are 3,000 people with dementia living in Wolverhampton. There are currently three dementia cafés, run by Wolverhampton City Council in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Society, which enable people with dementia and their carers or relatives to … Continue reading

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City Bidding to Become One of UK’s First Dementia-Friendly Communities (Wolverhampton City Council)

Summary Wolverhampton is striving to improve the lives of residents with dementia by working towards becoming one of the country’s first dementia-friendly communities. The city is responding to Prime Minister David Cameron’s Dementia Challenge by creating a city where people with dementia … Continue reading

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