Kilmarnock Dementia Resource Centre
Graven worked in collaboration with Alzheimer Scotland on the design and delivery of the dedicated Kilmarnock Dementia Resource Centre where people with dementia and their carers and families can drop in anytime. The Kilmarnock Dementia Resource Centre provides facilities for staff to develop more groups and support to help ensure that people with dementia and their carers receive the level of support that they need.
The centre was officially opened on 28 May 2014 by Provost Jim Todd of East Ayrshire Council. Provost Jim Todd commented, “This new centre will be an incredible resource for people with dementia. It will make such a great difference to their quality of life and to their families and carers as well. People will be able to access support and information or speak to a Dementia Advisor as well as take part in a wide range of activities all under one roof”.
Henry Simmons, Chief Executive of Alzheimer Scotland, said, “We believe that no-one should have to face dementia alone and that anyone living with the illness should be able to find help quickly and easily. Our new Dementia Resource Centre in Kilmarnock will be a strong community hub offering information, advice, practical support and a wonderful, welcoming space for people living with dementia – both in the town and across Ayrshire.”
“Having this dedicated centre will allow staff to develop more groups and supports to help ensure that people with dementia and their carers receive the level of support that they need.”
Alzheimer Scotland opened the Kilmarnock Dementia Resource Centre on the 28 May 2014 (just prior to Dementia Awareness Week in Scotland).
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