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Creating our vision for a Dementia Friendly North Berwick

Sharing laughter and fun as we create a Dementia Friendly North Berwick

Folk helping us build a map of where are great placed to go in North Berwick

Folk helping us build a map of where are great placed to go in North Berwick

Scenes from our community event on 22 April 2014

Scenes from our community event on 22 April 2014

Sandradeom the Community Centre created is a massive net for us to catch pour great ideas - and what a catch we have! Really great ideas to help us on our journey !

Sandradeom the Community Centre created is a massive net for us to catch pour great ideas - and what a catch we have! Really great ideas to help us on our journey !

Helen from Fidra leading us all in a handjive to The Proclaimers 500 miles

Helen from Fidra leading us all in a handjive to The Proclaimers 500 miles

Elma (Chair) and Sue from the North Berwick Day Centre - at the end of a very successful day!

Elma (Chair) and Sue from the North Berwick Day Centre - at the end of a very successful day!

Dementia Friendly Community Movement  http://www.alzheimersreadingroom.com/2013/09/dementia-friendly-community-movement.html

Dementia Friendly Community Movement

Dementia Friendly Community Movement http://www.alzheimersreadingroom.com/2013/09/dementia-friendly-community-movement.html

nice Benefits of Dementia Support Groups

With appropriate care and support, people can live well with dementia

Video: Dementia is a problem of the elderly, right? Generally that's true. But there is one form of the disease that can strike people when they are very young, in their 20's or even their teens. It's called Frontotemporal Dementia, or FTD. And while rare, it devastates lives by rapidly turning young, vital people into those who need constant care.

Excellent video explaining behavioral issues of FTD and telling the story of Brad Bishop who suffers with FTD

Dementia Village - Gated village for dementia sufferers, so they can live life normally, but safely

'Dementia village' inspires new care

Cynicism linked to greater dementia risk, study says

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