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Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital to host dementia support event

PUBLISHED: 13:56 12 March 2018 | UPDATED: 14:05 12 March 2018

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (Picture: Jeremy Durkin)

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (Picture: Jeremy Durkin)

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People and their families living with dementia will have the chance to learn about what support is on offer.

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) is hosting a ‘living well with dementia’ event from 10am Monday, May 14.

The event takes place in the East Atrium on the main hospital site.

Liz Yaxley, dementia services Mmanager at NNUH, said: “We’re so excited to be hosting another dementia information fayre. This year we’ve got even more information stands and we’ve got an extra talk for the public too. We’re really lucky to be able to host talks from experts, who will be sharing information and advice on a whole range of topics to do with dementia.”

As well as talks, there will be information stands from a wide range of public and charity sector providers.

There will also be musical entertainment throughout the day, including a performance from the NNUH choir.


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