Dementia cafe set for meeting

THE monthly Dementia Cafe meeting held in Motherwell Football Club will take place on Friday.

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The cafe is for people with dementia or memory worries to ask questions and get information and advice from health professionals.

Among those present to offer help and support are specialist doctors, memory service nurses, an advocacy worker, occupational therapists, a welfare benefits officer as well as representatives from Alzheimer Scotland and Carers Together.

The cafe is open from 1pm to 4pm in Motherwell Football Club Centenary Suite on the first Friday of every month and is free to attend.

For more information about the cafe call 01698 269649.

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