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Dementia Forward Looking for Volunteers in Settle

We are excited that very soon we will be opening new services for people living with dementia in the Settle area. These will include a day service which people can attend for activity, company and support, while carers enjoy valuable respite time, and a wellbeing cafe, which people can come along to with a family carer or a friend, for an afternoon of games, cake and good conversation.  We are looking for friendly, reliable volunteers who would like to support these services. No experience is necessary and we will provide dementia awareness training. All you need is a welcoming smile, a bit of spare time and a desire to support people living with dementia in your community. If you would like to find out more, please email debby.lennox@dementiaforward.org.uk or visit www.dementiaforward.org.uk/volunteering to complete the enquiry form.

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