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Westminster Dementia Advice Covid-19 updated services guide


Westminster Dementia Advice Covid-19 updated services guide

Westminster Dementia Advice service has compiled a Covid-19 updated services guide for people living with dementia, on a wide range of services from information & advice, local services, things to do, etc. 

Highlights include:

  • Abbey Centre is still able to provide face-to-face sessions even with the new measures starting tomorrow
  • Penfold Hub runs socially distanced history walks in the Regents Park in small groups
  • Sport for Confidence is able to meet with individuals who need support and help them exercise in local leisure centres
  • Liberal Jewish Synagogue is running Singing for the Mind online
  • new shopping service by Age UK is up and running
  • Henna provides online and phone counselling for women in South Asian languages

Also just a reminder, on Tuesday 20th October, 10am-12.30pm,  Terezie Wickenden (Westminster Dementia Adviser) will be running another online training session on dementia and communication. See more info in the services guide attached. To book please contact Monika mhudiova@westminster.gov.uk 

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