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The Exeter Alliance was delighted to attend the Exeter Chiefs Season Launch dinner last month. As an Exeter Chiefs Foundation Charity of the Year are very grateful for their support. Pictured: Tony Rowe OBE; Gina Awad; Sara and Barrie Carless; Michael Caines MBE
The Exeter Dementia Action Alliance (EDAA) organised their second annual members event kindly hosted by Stephens Scown LLP. The afternoon consisted of the moving play reading ‘Don’t Leave Me Now’ by playwright Brian Daniels. Exeter Daily reports on the event
Tireless Exeter dementia activist Gina Awad has been awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) in The Queen’s Birthday Honours. Gina is the founder of Exeter Dementia Action Alliance and, among her many achievements, has so far inspired 64 businesses to … Continue reading
Dementia Action week begins on Monday 21st May and The Exeter Dementia Action Alliance (EDAA) will be involved in a number of activities in the city. To find out more about these please read on.
To mark International Women’s Day today, DevonLive and The Herald have compiled a list of almost 70 of the most inspiring women in Devon including Gina Awad, founder of The Exeter Dementia Action Alliance.
Gina Awad talks to Caron Sprake for Devon Life magazine about making Exeter a dementia friendly city.
Gina Awad, Dementia Campaigner, and founder of The Exeter Dementia Action Alliance writes for “livingwellanddyingwellinexeter.com” about planning for end of life. How can we plan to live our lives in the way we would like until the very end? The importance … Continue reading
Gina has been invited by Devon and Cornwall based solicitors, Stephens Scown, to offer advice for families on coping with dementia at Christmas. Her post can be viewed at:- https://www.stephens-scown.co.uk/family/insync/advice-families-coping-dementia-christmas/
On Friday 3rd November, the Exeter Dementia Action Alliance (EDAA) were invited to be a part of the EMG Symphony Orchestra’s 50th Anniversary as their selected community group for the retiring collection. Gina Awad from EDAA says “What an honour … Continue reading