Dementia Conversations

FREE for carers of people living with dementia and anyone with an interest in dementia 

This initiative offered by Dementia Pathfinders will provide an opportunity for carers, relatives and friends of people living with dementia, to share experiences, gain knowledge and explore issues that challenge our beliefs and attitudes.

 

Our current programme includes 'Dementia Conversations' in 2 locations. One in the Isle of Wight, Wootton and one in the north of the country, Altrincham.

Wootton Bridge sessions are held at, St Marks' Church, Station Road, Wootton Bridge, PO33 4RA and are hosted by Rev Veronica Brown and Barbara Stephens.

Altrincham sessions are held at Bowdon Vale Methodist Church, Priory Street, Bowdon Vale, Altrincham, WA14 3BQ England and are hosted by Rev Ros Watson and Professor David Jolley. The sessions are held every second Tuesday of the month.

 

Wootton Session Dates and Time                                                      
2nd October 2019 19.00 - 21.00
6th November 2019 19.00 - 21.00
4th December 2019                                             19.00 - 21.00

 

To book an Wootton session online, please Click Here

For further information on our Wootton 'Dementia Conversations' please contact Barbara Stephens on 07774 935905 or Rev Veronica Brown on 07921514906. You can also email info@dementiapathfinders.org

 

Altrincham Session Dates and Time                                                              
13th August 2019 14.00 - 16.00
10th September 2019 14.00 - 16.00
8th October 2019 14.00 - 16.00
12th Novemebr 2019 14.00 - 16.00
10th December 2019 14.00 - 16.00

 

To book a Altrincham session online please Click Here

For further information on our Altrincham 'Dementia Conversations' please contact David Jolley on 0161 928 1023 or 07976 018418. You can also email david.jolley@manchester.ac.uk or info@dementiapathfinders.org

 

It will be helpful for catering if people are able to let us know of their intention to join us, but just come along if the day and time seems right.