Dementia programme DVD released

FOOTBALL fans gathered for the launch of a DVD charting the success of a programme to support people with dementia.

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The Centenary Suite at Fir Park stadium, in Motherwell, was the venue for the launch of 'The Story So Far', part of the 'Remember Well' campaign.

It showed how the football reminiscence programme has helped develop and support many people since its launch two years ago.

Kevin O'Neill, public mental health development manager at NHS Lanarkshire, said: "It was amazing to meet so many of the Remember Well participants and see at first hand the positive difference it has made to their life."


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