Building Understanding and Taking Action

At Braeburn Care, we are delighted to be reigniting our work with Dementia Friends. As an organisation deeply committed to supporting individuals affected by dementia, we understand the vital role we play in our community, and we take this responsibility seriously.

Dementia is a condition that impacts millions of lives, and through our collaboration with Dementia Friends, we aim to increase awareness, understanding, and action surrounding dementia within the communities we serve. By working closely with Dementia Friends, we empower our customers’ loved ones and our own teams to learn more about dementia and translate that knowledge into meaningful action.

Our work with Dementia Friends enables us to provide valuable resources and educational opportunities to our community. Through workshops, training sessions, and informational materials, we strive to create a supportive environment where individuals can gain insights into what it’s like to live with dementia and how they can make a positive difference in the lives of those affected by the condition.

With over 3,600,000 Dementia Friends in the UK, the impact of this initiative extends far beyond our organisation. We encourage everyone to join us in becoming a Dementia Friend and taking the first step towards understanding and supporting individuals living with dementia. You can start by watching the online video available on the Dementia Friends website, where you’ll meet Teresa, Emma, and Alex, individuals living with dementia, and gain valuable insights into their experiences.

We extend a special thanks to everyone from our recent session. Your warm welcome and active engagement are instrumental in driving positive change and fostering a more dementia-friendly community.

Together, we are committed to community involvement, personal development, and taking action to create a more inclusive and supportive environment for individuals living with dementia. Let’s continue learning, growing, and making a difference together.

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