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September is World Alzheimer’s month and Gina Awad leads the Exeter Dementia Action Alliance. Gina explains…. “World Alzheimer’s Month is the international campaign every September to raise awareness and challenge the stigma that surrounds dementia. World Alzheimer’s Month was launched … Continue reading
Laura Walker from Memory Matters South West and Moments Cafe & Hub Plymouth talks to Gina Awad on her ‘Living better with dementia’ radio show on Phonic FM… http://www.memorymatterssw.co.uk/news/ items/our-story-on-phonic-fm-with-gina-awad
A fantastic total of £1,200 was raised through the event, the Exeter Dementia Action Alliance being one of two organisations to benefit from this. http://www.lexiconhealthcare.com/2017-summer-fete-opened-by-tv-presenter-steve-rider/
Gina was asked to write a guest blog for the Alzheimer’s Society one year on from winning her national award, here’s what she has to say … Dementia Friendly Awards 2017: Last year’s winner, one year on
Find out more on why Nicky Baker of Muddifords Court chooses to support EDAA on the Muddifords Cheese Fun Run and why dementia is so close to her heart … https://www.theexeterdaily.co.uk/news/local-news-charities/take-part-fun-run-difference-support-work-exeter-dementia-action-alliance
Exeter audience moved to tears by Private Eye cartoonist memories dads dementia We wanted to share with you all the article below from Thursdays very successful event which featured Cartoonist, Tony Husband with the Exeter audience moved to tears by … Continue reading
Take part in the Muddifords Cheese Run and Run, Jog or walk 5 miles along the canal to Muddifords Court. Raising core funds for the Exeter Dementia Action Alliance.
Exeter Medical Society (Exeter Medsoc) is a student led society at the University of Exeter, that support medical students in the first three years of university. As a society they like to support local charities/community groups to give back to help the … Continue reading
Exeter City Council has revealed how it is helping those with dementia access its services.
By Anita Merritt | Devonlive.com A former school teacher is continuing to educate pupils, despite being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and vascular dementia four years ago. Barrie Carless was a games and history teacher in Exeter for 37 years, and was … Continue reading