Dementia Action Week 2022

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Dementia Action Week is taking place Monday 15th May - Sunday 21st May

There are many ways you can take action and support dementia research by...

Buy a pack of Occasion Cards by Artist Sarah Boden

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A watercolour design of bright flowers in pink, red and yellow. A watercolour seascape in blues, greys and greens

Attend one of our online information events!

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Celebrate with a Facebook Fundraiser

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Following BRACE on social media, as FacebookTwitter and Instagram. Please share and like posts to help raise awareness

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Sign up to a challenge event

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Leave a legacy to BRACE

Sign up to BRACE's monthly email so you can stay up-to-date with all the news and events

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Make a one off donation to support dementia research

Community Gardening for People Living with Dementia, ONLINE 19th May, 10 -11.30am

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BRACE and Alive Activities are hosting an online free webinar on Thursday 19th May, 10 - 11 am as part of Dementia Action Week.

The webinar will be live streamed from Bristol's first dementia-friendly allotments. The talk will cover ways to connect through nature-based activities.

Helen Foster-Collings, from the University of Exeter, will also discuss her research and learnings on community gardening projects for people living with dementia.

We hope to see you there!