Dementia Friends Talk With Mazars Accountancy.

A photo took from "A Dementia Friends Talk" which took place with Mazars Accountancy. Mazars UK

I'd like to thank Mazars for being so welcoming. For also, providing loads of sandwiches. 
Thank you also to staff at Mazars, for having a keen interest in Dementia.

Let us spread the word and others can become and learn about becoming a dementia friend!

Call our office if you are interested in joining:

0121 456 5559

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What is Dementia?

 

 Dementia is caused by a number of diseases that affect the brain. The most common is Alzheimer's but diseases also include vascular dementiadementia with Lewy bodies and Pick's disease.

Different types of dementia affect the brain at different rates and in different ways, but other things like someone's personal circumstances, the people around them and the environment in which they live, will affect their experience of dementia. Dementia progresses in a way that is unique to each individual.

The word 'dementia' describes a set of symptoms that may include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language. These changes are often small to start with, but for someone with dementia they have become severe enough to affect daily life. A person with dementia may also experience changes in their mood or behaviour. 

It is true that more people over 65 have dementia but it is not exclusively an older person's disease; younger people get dementia too.

About Dementia Friends:

Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Friends programme is the biggest ever initiative to change people’s perceptions of dementia. It aims to transform the way the nation thinks, acts and talks about the condition.

Whether you attend a face-to-face Information Session or watch the online video, Dementia Friends is about learning more about dementia and the small ways you can help. From telling friends about the Dementia Friends programme to visiting someone you know living with dementia, every action counts.

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