For Dementia - Charity for Carers

Michael E

Registered User
Apr 14, 2005
619
Ronda Spain
noelphobic said:
I came across this. It looks like a new charity - I certainly hadn't heard of it before. I thought it may be of interest to someone.

http://www.fordementia.org.uk/index.htm
Look I am pretty dyslexic - cannot spell or do grammar - left school at 15 but...


promote and develop admiral nursing -

cannot make italics work but admirals sail the sea admirable is a qualitative statement - there is a lot of charity dosh floating around and Alzheimer's is flavour of the month and and and....

Not sure, but I would be careful - they may be fine or may be a scam...

Michael
 

janey

Registered User
Jun 29, 2004
86
Admiral nurses

Hi noelphobic and Michael
I don't know about the charity, but I do know that Admiral nurses are genuine - they exist mainly in the south of England and in the Manchester area, but hopefully they will become more widespread as time goes on. See this link:

http://www.pdsg.org.uk/Newsletters/01/0102.htm
 

Norman

Registered User
Oct 9, 2003
4,348
Birmingham Hades
We do have Admiral nurses in the Midlands,they do a grand job.
There sems to be so many charities,how can we support them all?
Norman
 

noelphobic

Registered User
Feb 24, 2006
3,452
Liverpool
Norman said:
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There sems to be so many charities,how can we support them all?
Norman
Hi Norman

I didn't post the link with the idea of raising money for the charity. I thought that they might be of help to someone! I do agree that you can't support all the charities, you have to pick something close to your heart I guess. I give money to diabetes charities because my 17 year old son has diabetes and if he didn't have it I wouldn't be donating to them!