Chesterfield-based NHS nurse Trevor Hall is co-ordinating the Memory Market Place on 23 May in Chesterfield’s Winding Wheel from 12pm – 4pm.
Memory Market Place is a drop in event for people who suffer with memory problems and for their carers. It is a great opportunity to seek advice.
Feel free to browse the market place and talk to people who understand about living with memory problems. This is your opportunity to seek any help and advice you may need.
The free event is open to all, to come and see the range of help available and to get ideas and support for how to live well with dementia. Trevor, who is based at Walton Hospital, added: “This event is aimed at everyone who is worried about a loved one’s memory, is already living with a diagnosis of dementia or simply wants to know more about what’s on offer.
“People can call in for five minutes or stay all day – it is completely free and easy. They’ll have the opportunity to visit stalls, meet and talk in a relaxed and informal environment about all elements of living with dementia or just find out what’s available.”
“It’s a unique opportunity to make contact with so many different organisations and agencies who come together jointly to offer help and guidance.”