Local charity, Alzheimers Dementia Support (‘ADS’)
is delighted to share information about the ‘Dementia Awareness in the Community’
training programme, which the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has commissioned them to deliver within our local community.
David Jannetta Chairman of ‘ADS’
said “I am particularly pleased that the RBWM has provided our Charity with this exciting opportunity to improve Awareness of Dementia with people working within various Public, Private and Commercial businesses, operated locally.”
Christine Price, Advisor and Trainer at ‘ADS’
said, “Although Dementia is often talked and written about in the media, most people, unless the disease has personally affected them or a close family member, have little or no understanding of the condition.”
firmly believes that all people who work with the public, in any capacity, will greatly benefit from attending one of their two-hour training sessions, which are currently being scheduled to provide large or small organisations and individuals, with flexible access to this invaluable ‘free of charge’
Although training sessions will be available on a regular basis, attendee numbers for each interactive session will be limited to ensure that each and every attendee will have the opportunity to fully participate.
For our scheduled events please visit www.alzheimersdementiasupport.eventbrite.co.uk
. Alternatively, in-house training at your facility can also be arranged free of charge on request for between 10-25 delegates.
Should you wish to learn how your organisation or group can benefit from gaining access to this ‘free training’, which will greatly improve understanding of this debilitating condition, please contact ‘ADS’
by either sending an email [email protected]
or by writing to Nicola Connell, Alzheimers Dementia Support,
Unit 113, 5 High Street, Maidenhead, SL6 1JN.
Alternatively, you could register your interest by calling in to our local fund raising Charity Shop, which is located at 73 High Street, Maidenhead (immediately opposite Costa Coffee).
Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of Alzheimers Dementia Support, on Monday 30 December, 2013. For more information subscribe and follow http://www.pressat.co.uk/