Colyton and Colyford Memory Cafe continues to grow
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Help and support is on offer for people with dementia and their families
Colyton, Colyford and District Memory Café welcomed more new members to its May meeting.
Also joining the group this month was local Dementia Support Worker, Rachel Kidd.
She was there to meet and keep in touch with families who may be seeking advice or support for living with the condition.
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The Memory Café welcomes anyone looking for company, a change of scene and some interesting activity to keep body and brain active.
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Its volunteers are trained Dementia Friends, able to talk through the challenges of living with dementia and also ready to put people in touch with agencies who can offer expert advice and support.
Transport for Colyton and Colyford residents is available through LINK community transport service 0300 123 3345. For more information, ring Sue Whitell 01297 599477.