Home Instead raising awareness of Young Onset Dementia

Home Instead Wimbledon & Kingston are working with Dementia Pathfinders to raise awareness of young onset dementia through the event detailed below.

‘Don’t Leave Me Now’ - a rehearsed play reading written by Brian Daniels, to raise awareness of young onset dementia in local communities in south west London.

Don't Leave Me Now explores the impact of young onset dementia on two very different families. Rachael Dixey, cared for her partner with dementia for seven years. Cindy Toulman visited her husband in his care home every day for 10 years. ‘Don't Leave Me Now’ was inspired by these two real life stories.

With authenticity, insight and humour, Brian Daniels weaves the strands of these stories together to create a documentary style production highlighting the emotions, dilemmas and challenges experienced by people affected by dementia.

Rachael will be speaking at the event as well and signing books.
Performance dates and times:
Monday 31st October 2016 3pm - 5pm 
Monday 31st October 2016 7pm - 9pm
Each performance to include post show discussion and Question & Answer's

The Guildhall Kingston upon Thames KT1 1EU
For further information please contact info@dementiapathfinders.

Please follow the link below to reserve a FREE ticket and feel free to share this information around your networks.

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A group of Home Instead CAREGivers talking
Family welcoming a Home Instead care manager into their home