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Volunteers’ Week 2024

Naturally enough, one ongoing aim of Volunteers’ Week is to acknowledge the time and efforts generously given by millions of volunteers across the UK to thousands of good causes. A second goal is to encourage and inspire more people from all walks of life to consider offering a little of their time to make a difference within their communities and beyond.

Posted on: 3rd June 2024

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Remembering to enjoy times with dementia sufferers

By Chloe Hall Conventional definitions Descriptions of dementia usually begin with a definition: it’s the […]

Posted on: 7th May 2024

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Mental Health Awareness Week 2024

By Chloe Hall Mental Health Awareness Week begins on Monday 13th May. This year’s theme […]

Posted on: 7th May 2024

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Dementia Action Week

With Dementia people can feel less confident about performing everyday routines. They can seem lost even though they are in a familiar situation or environment. They can seem despondent and unusually anxious. They can also experience problems with expressing ideas and seem confused a good deal of the time. Their language can become impaired. They can display shifts in personality, perhaps appearing uncharacteristically aggressive or paranoid.

Posted on: 7th May 2024

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