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Come and join the Dementia friendly workshop in Henleaze to kick start Dementia awareness week! There will be speakers as well as stalls from those living with Dementia or caring for them. Press here to view the event poster. The event is also free of charge so get yourselves down!Find out more »
Following on from the Henleaze roadshow, Dementia Awareness Week introduced a charity evening with the Panama Jazz Band. Come on down and enjoy an evening of Jazz on Saturday 20th May 2017. Tickets are a reasonable £8.00 or concessions at £7.00. Press here to view the event poster.Find out more »
BDAA will lead an easy “Walk and Reminisce” suitable for people living with dementia and their carers on Saturday 12th May from 10.00. – 11.00. Meet in the SS Great Britain car-park. Suitable for wheelchair users, but everybody is welcome.Find out more »
Come to our 5th birthday party in the Galleries on Monday 9th July 11am-3pm!Find out more »
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In the daytime, gather your friends, family and colleagues together in person (socially distanced) or online and share a cuppa and a donut and donate a small amount to BDAA to support our vital work via our website. Join us at 7.30pm on Zoom in the evening for our review of the year: celebrating our achievements in raising awareness of Dementia in the Bristol area. Please book your free place to join us on the night for an hour. Have…Find out more »
Here are some local organisations which can help:
Bristol Dementia Wellbeing Service: If someone you know is affected by dementia contact the Bristol Dementia Wellbeing Service for advice here
Bristol City Council has advice for people who are vulnerable during the COVID-19 outbreak.
If you, a family member or a neighbour and need help with shopping or other essential tasks, or are feeling isolated:
Alzheimer’s Society Bristol have advice on their web page here.
Call their helpline Dementia Connect on: 0333 150 3456
You can also join in their online forum called Talking Point.
Age UK Bristol have developed a support hub during the COVID-19 outbreak, click here to access this.