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by | Thursday, May 10th, 2018

If you are concerned that your memory isn’t what it was, you might find the Memory Group useful.

It’s a five-week course, run by the Memory Service at Mount Gould Hospital, where you’ll find out about the memory, how it works and what factors affect it, as well as learning ways to cope.

It’s a small, informal and friendly group made up of people who are starting to experience memory difficulties. It’s a chance to talk about your own experiences and fears with other people in a safe, confidential and supportive environment to make you feel more confident.

It’s held on Wednesdays and you are welcome to bring along a relative, carer or friend.

If you wish to come along, phone The Memory Service on 01752 435365.

The Red Cross can help you get to appointments like this. Phone them on 01752 603771 and ask about transport.



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For general enquiries, or to be directed to a specific service or individual, please contact our switchboard on 01752 268011.


Posted on

10th May 2018

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