Liverpool will play host to a major conference this week which aims to celebrate the city’s success at becoming an age-friendly place to live, work and visit.
COMMUNITY leaders in Liverpool have pledged to make it as easy as possible for people living with dementia to make the most of city council services.
THOUSANDS of travellers with ‘hidden disabilities’ have cruised through Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJL) in safety and comfort and it’s all thanks to the butterfly effect.
Liverpool’s commitment to improve services for people with dementia and their carers is to be boosted, as it is on the cusp of agreeing a new £21m partnership with Shaw healthcare to build three new residential care homes.
People in Tuebrook are being invited to find out how to become a dementia friend on Thursday 15th December
Local businesses have attended an innovative event at Hope University to learn about dementia
Businesses and community organisationbs are being invited to attend an event in Childwall to raise awareness about dementia.
Shops and services in Liverpool’s city centre are coming together to learn how they could become Dementia Friendly
An artistic workshop to enhance the health and wellbeing of people at the early stages of dementia is coming to the Bluecoat on Friday 22 February.