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People caring for someone with dementia are being offered support and advice at monthly carers groups being run by Alzheimer’s Society in Causeway.

Alzheimer’s Society Carer Support Groups

People caring for someone with dementia are being offered support and advice at monthly carers groups being run by Alzheimer’s Society in Causeway.

The Alzheimer’s Society carer support groups provide opportunities for carers to ask questions and learn from the experiences of others within the group. Trained Alzheimer’s Society staff are on hand to provide information about dementia and practical tips about coping with the condition.

Ballymoney – meets the last Wednesday of each month (next date is Wednesday 31 January) 2.30pm – 4pm, Robinson Community Hub (separate building on the Robinson hospital site, to the left of the main building)

Coleraine – meets the first Tuesday of each month (next date is Tuesday 6 February) 7.30pm – 9pm, in the new venue of Coleraine Rugby Club (Please use the entrance at the side of the Clubhouse)

For further details contact Aoife McMaster on 028 7035 8887.

Dementia Support Worker – Causeway

Alzheimer’s Society

 

National Dementia Helpline 0300 222 1122

alzheimers.org.uk

facebook.com/alzheimerssocietyuk

twitter.com/alzheimerssoc

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