As part of our service commitment to promoting and supporting individual and community wellbeing in the County, we share the information below with you.If you believe this is a priority area for further discussion at DVSC’s Wellbeing network meetings or Membership Forum do let us know. In the meantime, please read on, and make your views known. If you want to find out more about infoengine, a platform developed by the third sector for the third sector, then visit our infoengine page.
North Wales Dementia Network upcoming events and opportunities
Opportunities for people living with dementia and those who support them
DEEP Educators – Wrexham 14th November, and Bangor 21st November – an opportunity for people living with dementia and those who support them to come to chat with student nurses about what is important for people living with dementia; tell them what you feel is important for them to know during their training; give them the opportunity to ask you questions too - and directly influence the development of the new nursing curriculum.
Please contact Jen Roberts for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel – 01248388346)
‘DEEP United’ in The Dragon Theatre, Barmouth 3rd December 2018, 11am-2pm – This Group is for people living with dementia and family and friends who support them. An initial get-together was held last month in Tywyn with 26 people attending from Porthmadog, Pwllheli and Tywyn and, following a positive response, it was decided to meet up every 2 months in Barmouth. It is a chance to meet new people and socialise; Share experiences, ideas and opinions; Have your voice heard and the opportunity to bring about change; Lunch and a cuppa provided. Further information contact Emma Quaeck 07768 988095.
Events for people over 50 in North Wales
Age Cymru and Age Alliance Wales focus groups in November BANGOR and WREXHAM- We will be holding focus groups across Wales during November, including one in Bangor and one in Wrexham, aimed at gaining older people’s opinions on a range of matters, including opportunities for learning and participation in the local community, the impact of cuts to public services, housing issues, transport, the future of social care – and covering the cost. These events will help us to gain a better insight into how older people view Wales as a place to grow older. The information gathered will guide and assist the future work and campaigning priorities of both Age Cymru and other members of Age Alliance Wales.
Please contact Chris Williams or Sarah Lord to reserve a place on 02920 431548.