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Dementia Care Devon

Online information website about dementia and dementia care in Devon. Information about community resources such as Memory Clubs and Singing for the brain, guides on finding choosing and funding a care home for people living with dementia. Stories about daily life at Rose Lodge, a…
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Tavistock Dementia Action Alliance

Creating a dementia friendly community in Tavistock. Increasing awareness and understanding of dementia in the community. Recognising, after training and briefing of staff and members, businesses and social organisations in the Town as 'dementia friendly'.
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South Molton Dementia Alliance

Bringing together organisations that support people with dementia and their carers.
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Torbay Dementia Action Alliance

The Torbay Dementia Action Alliance was born on 12th January 2012. It was formed as a steering group to try and make Torbay the first Dementia Friendly resort in the country.
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The Ness Centre - Dementia Daycare

We offer outstanding daycare for individuals with dementia and respite for their carers. At our Well 'Ness' centre in Teignmouth we offer therapies and activities from music, to gardening, to reminiscence therapy for individuals with dementia. The centre can offer hourly activities that people can…
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The Purple Angel

The Purple Angel was formed as a steering group to try and make Torbay the first Dementia Friendly resort in the country. We support all those with dementia and memory problems, we have many Purple Angel Dementia ambassadors all over the UK (Inc Devon) and…
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Exeter Dementia Action Alliance

The Exeter Dementia Action Alliance is a small group of people raising awareness of dementia and working towards a dementia-friendly city. We are a membership organisation and wish to inspire organisations and businesses to join us in making practical changes. We seek to empower people living…
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Kenton Dementia Friendly Village (KDFV)

Kenton as a dementia-friendly village is an initiative set up by a number of concerned Kenton individuals and organisations with the full support and inclusion of the Westbank GP’s practice. The project has been in formation for several years now and we aim to support…
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hometouch – Expert Live-In Dementia Care

Founded by an NHS dementia specialist, hometouch offers an unrivalled level of live-in care. We can pair your loved one with one of our trained and vetted hometouch carers, using our unique matching service to ensure they can live happily, safely and with dignity in…
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HomeTouch Care Ltd. Unit 1340 Bowling Green LaneLondonEC1R 0NE

South West Dementia Partnership

Aimed at people working to implement the National Dementia Strategy in the South West of England.It provides information on the work of the South West Dementia Partnership, which brings together organisations from health and social care, the voluntary sector and people using dementia services to…
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