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Dementia Drop-ins back for 2017 at Durham Libraries

Published January 20, 2017 1.43pm

People living with dementia or caring for someone with the condition can get help and support at regular advice sessions at a library near them.

The sessions are free, confidential and open to anyone worried about their memory or affected by dementia in any way.

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Kim Ingleby, dementia advisor from the Alzheimer's Society, will be on hand to offer information on issues ranging from healthcare to legal and financial affairs. She can also help put people in touch with other organisations which may be able to help them. Contact her on 0191 389 0400 or 07484 040 627.

For more information on our libraries and their services go to Libraries.

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