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By Chamber Press Office, 25 May 2023

There are 64,000 people living with dementia in Ireland, so chances are most people will know someone living with the disease. That’s why it’s important for us all to understand dementia.

Saint Joseph's Shankill, Ireland's leading dementia care provider, brings their experiences and advice to a 30-minute lunchtime information/awareness session including:

  • General information about living with dementia
  • Connecting with a person living with dementia
  • Signposting services and supports for people living with dementia

This is an interactive session that would be ideal for any organisation’s staff wellness programme.

About Saint Joseph’s Shankill

Saint Joseph's Shankill is home to 60 people. We also provide a Day Care Club and 1 bed for a two-week respite stay. We hold the Butterfly Approach accreditation from Meaningful Care Matters. In 2020 we won the Charity Impact Award and in 2021 we received the Investing in Volunteers Award, the national quality mark for volunteer management.

Booking

To book a session, please provide the following information:

  • Preferred date(s) for Lunch and Learn
  • Preferred time(s) for Lunch and Learn
  • Number of people expected to attend
  • Preferred format: Teams/Zoom or if you would like this to be in-person.

 

For more details about how to book a session and make a donation contact Nicola Yau:

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