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Rotary Club Donation

The Minehead Rotary Club have supported the Minehead Dementia Action Alliance in the past and they have come up trumps yet again. A cheque for £120 ws presented at the Forget-me-Nots session held at the Minehead Old Hospital on Monday 17th December. Thanks go to them for their help.

Amble not Ramble

Washford Mineral Line

   Beautiful   weather   for our     walk     along     the Mineral        Line        on Wednesday            13th February.   We   explored the   section   starting   at Washford   which   looked very     pretty     in     the winter sunshine. Our   thoughts   were   with   those   people   who   were   unable to walk this month.
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Let’s Dance

Please note that from February 2019 the Let’s Dance sessions will be held only occassionaly. This is a change. Let’s Dance are held in Wyndham House, Martlett Road, Minehead. TA24 5PR. Good company, superb music coupled with tea/coffee and cakes - what more can you ask for. Hope to see you there

Dementia - discussing and planning

support after diagnosis

A   quick   guide   for   people   with   dementia   and   their   family and carers. For a copy please click on picture below.

Post-Christmas: Worried about a

loved one’s memory?

By Kate Corr Spending time with a loved one at Christmas is often the first opportunity family members have to notice symptoms of memory loss. Here’s what to do if you’re worried about someone’s memory. https://www.unforgettable.org/blog/post- christmas-worried-loved-ones-memory/
Back by popular demand.

Forget-me-Not Cafe Mon. 18th Feb.

Back by popular demand the Gadzukes ukelele players provided a superb display of musical talent. We all sang our hearts out to their accompanyment.
BBC FREE services for people with dementia If the person you care for enjoys reminiscing, a free and endless supply of vintage TV clips and theme tunes might be just want they need. Here’s what you need to know about two free BBC service for people living with dementia. READ MORE → CLICK HERE
© Minehead Dementia Action Alliance
Minehead Dementia Action Alliance

Let’s Dance

Please note that from February 2019 the Let’s Dance sessions will be held only occassionaly. This is a change. Let’s Dance are held in Wyndham House, Martlett Road, Minehead. TA24 5PR. Good company, superb music coupled with tea/coffee and cakes - what more can you ask for. Hope to see you there

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Amble not Ramble

Washford Mineral Line

   Beautiful   weather   for   our   walk   along   the   Mineral   Line   on Wednesday   13th   February.   We   explored   the   section   starting at   Washford   which   looked   very   pretty   in the winter sunshine. Our   thoughts   were   with   those   people who were unable to walk this month.
How to support somebody with dementia at Christmas Some excellent tips from the Alzheimers Society is available by clicking HERE

Rotary Club Donation

The Minehead Rotary Club have supported the Minehead Dementia Action Alliance in the past and they have come up trumps yet again. A cheque for £120 ws presented at the Forget- me-Nots session held at the Minehead Old Hospital on Monday 17th December. Thanks go to them for their help.

Post-Christmas: Worried about a

loved one’s memory?

By Kate Corr Spending time with a loved one at Christmas is often the first opportunity family members have to notice symptoms of memory loss. Here’s what to do if you’re worried about someone’s memory. https://www.unforgettable.org/blog/post- christmas-worried-loved-ones-memory/

Forget-me-Not Cafe Mon. 18th Feb.

Back by popular demand the Gadzukes ukelele players provided a superb display of musical talent. We all sang our hearts out to their accompanyment.
BBC FREE services for people with dementia If the person you care for enjoys reminiscing, a free and endless supply of vintage TV clips and theme tunes might be just want they need. Here’s what you need to know about two free BBC service for people living with dementia. READ MORE → CLICK HERE

Dementia - discussing and planning

support after diagnosis

A   quick   guide   for   people   with   dementia   and   their   family and carers. For a copy please click on picture below.