Seaton Tesco becomes a ‘dementia-friendly’ store

PUBLISHED: 15:00 12 June 2016

Yvonne Addington with Rhoda Snell with other Seaton Tesco managers. Picture: SUBMITTED

Yvonne Addington with Rhoda Snell with other Seaton Tesco managers. Picture: SUBMITTED

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Yvonne Addington, from Dementia Friends, gave managers an insight into how people suffering from the condition can be helped within the store.

Seaton Tesco has taken steps to become a dementia-friendly store.

Yvonne Addington, from Dementia Friends, gave managers an insight into how people suffering from the condition can be helped within the store.

Community champion Rhoda Snell said: “We want to let customers know we are trying to do as much as we can to help people with dementia shop safely and confidently.”


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