Hosted chat, Young Onset Dementia, 3pm 27th June

Discussion in 'Dementia-related news and campaigns' started by wendy2, Jun 23, 2007.

  1. wendy2

    wendy2 Registered User

    Apr 9, 2005
    12
    We would like to invite you to our next hosted chat with

    Carolyn

    The team leader of the Doncaster NHS trust young onset dementia service.


    "We are a small team , 2 qualified staff 2 support workers we offer initial assessments , ongoing support to the client and carer , we run 2 therapeutic activity days for sufferers and I am a member of the user and carer support group here in Doncaster called the PROP ( people relying on people )group who are very active in supporting the development of services .
    I will do my best to answer anything from questions on younger onset dementia to carer advice service development or activities.
    Carolyn "

    We hope you will be able to join us at

    3pm Wednesday 27th June
    in our chatroom.

    [B]www.chill4us.com[/B]
     
  2. wendy2

    wendy2 Registered User

    Apr 9, 2005
    12
    A little reminder that you are most welcome to join us at 3pm Wednesday.
    Please make sure you join the website in plenty of time before or you may miss the chat.
    A little piece of interest, Dr Gibson MP who is challenging the decision by NICE, is a member of chill4 website. So we are kept up to date.
    best wishes
    Wendy

    Mods, Could this message be made sticky until tomorrow please?
     
  3. wendy2

    wendy2 Registered User

    Apr 9, 2005
    12
    Popped in to say it all went very well and everyone found it most helpful.
    thanks for allowing this on your boards.
    Wendy
     
  4. chip

    chip Registered User

    Jul 19, 2005
    400
    Scotland
    Would have liked to take part in it but i was away for a few days and just got back last night. How did it go?
     

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