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Older person engagement report

Older person engagement report

Earlier this year the Dementia Friendly Communities team were tasked with a piece of work which would contribute to future commissioning of older persons services within Kent Your Life Your Wellbeing Kent County...

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Innovation Grant 2017

Innovation Grant 2017

Below are the details of the Dementia Friendly Communities 2017 Innovation Fund The minimum project funded is £500 and the maximum is £2,000 and can only be funded up to 50% of the total cost of a project and the...

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Shepway Dementia Awareness Conference

Shepway Dementia Awareness Conference

On Saturday 14th January, Shepway District Council and Kent County Council co-hosted a Dementia Awareness Conference. Below is a short video report, produced by 105.9 Academy FM Folkestone: Read the full "Academy...

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Faversham DAA “Ask the Experts” day

Faversham DAA “Ask the Experts” day

On Friday 25th November 2016, the Faversham Dementia Action Alliance held a very successful “Ask The Experts” event. It was open to anyone, whether directly or indirectly affected by dementia. Professor Paul...

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Deal Taxi Project

Deal Taxi Project

Dementia friendly Deal took another positive step forwards at the beginning of this year to spread better awareness of dementia within the town through their information sessions, with Direct Cars becoming the first ...

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Dementia Friendly recognition symbol

Dementia Friendly recognition symbol

As part of our work to make Kent more ‘Dementia Friendly ‘ we have been looking at the recommendations from the recent British Standards ‘Best Practice’ guidelines (PAS1365) for building  ‘Dementia Friendly...

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Sittingbourne SMILE’s again for 2016

Sittingbourne SMILE’s again for 2016

For the second year running The Forum welcomed organisations from the Sittingbourne Dementia Friendly Community into the shopping mall Throughout the day there were FREE Workshops, music, art displays, talks and...

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The Memorybilia group- Question Time

The Memorybilia group- Question Time

The Memorybilia group are all people living with dementia, who come together once a month to discuss the local and national issues connected to living with dementia. The group is fun and supportive but serious about: ...

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