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Rotary Clubs Help Those With Dementia – Memory Cafe
These cafés provide regular and informal sessions for people with dementia and their carers. Health and social care professionals are on hand to answer questions and offer advice, with volunteers providing entertainment and activities. Take a look at their Guide to Setting up a Memory Café. It’s free and downloadable!
Check out the Rotary International website. http://www.repod.org.uk/rotaryclubhelp.html
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