Join us to reflect on the pandemic and refocus on how people with dementia can manage their lives now

It’s going to be a real privilege to attend the Living Well with Dementia in Greater Manchester: Join us, we need each other event on Monday 6 June 2022. The event is important as it will give a voice to the local people across Greater Manchester who are affected by dementia (Kate Lee Chief executive at Alzheimer’s Society)

The event will also create a space for reflection on the adverse impact, as well as a refocus on how people affected by dementia can manage their lives going forward in a pandemic.

Now that life has opened up with the end of Covid restrictions, many people affected by dementia and their families will understandably be worried by the rising cases. The end of isolation rules and free lateral flow tests which provide a vital safety net and reassurance for them has comes at a time when the cost of living is rocketing.

Here at Alzheimer’s Society, we want the people affected by dementia in Greater Manchester to know they are at the heart of everything we do. We want the people living with dementia and their carers to be able to live more fulfilled and less fearful lives, free from stigma and inequality. Living their lives in the best way they can while we all still navigate our way through a pandemic.

This hybrid conference which can be attended in person or online will aim to help empower the 30,000 people affected by dementia in Greater Manchester, and a force for change by giving them a platform to share their stories with other people who are experiencing the same challenges as them. Come and join us in June to make sure your voice is heard!

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