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Creating Dementia Friendly Churches

Wednesday June 8

A seminar is to be held to explore how churches can become more dementia-friendly.

The event, in Hamilton on July 12, will be led by Dr Trevor Adams. Dr Adams is a former nurse and teacher, and now a writer and teacher specialising in dementia care. Passionate Dementia Care, the training and consultancy organisation he founded, has worked jointly with Livability, UK’s largest Christian disability, on developing dementia friendly churches.

The seminar will draw on this work and help people with dementia and their carers, specialists and church leaders and members reflect on how they can work together to create churches that are comfortable places for people with dementia.

The afternoon seminar will take place in the Caird Building, on the University of the West of Scotland’s Hamilton Campus, from 2-4pm on Tuesday July 12.

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