To mark the International Day of Older People, Leeds City Museum have covered the map of Leeds in their hall with forget-me-nots made be the people of Leeds, from September 26th until October 1st in the hope to raise awareness of dementia, as Leeds becomes a Dementia Friendly Community. The forget-me-not flower symbolises faithful love and memories
Our ideal candidate will be warm, caring and committed to helping those with memory loss and dementia to maintain their independence and enjoy life to the full.
We can all agree that when we have exercised we feel fantastic and there is no better feeling than exercising in the fresh air.
As promised please enjoy these fantastic photos of the Northern College trip for our clients, made possible by a kind Irish anonymous contractor from Leeds – THANKYOU!
“The mark of a great society is the way it treats it’s most vulnerable, we do this well but we could do better”. Listen to Ant discuss the changing needs of the Irish community here in Britain and the responsibility of everyone in the Irish community to look after our elderly, isolated and most vulnerable.