Events you might be interested in!
Home Instead Senior Care Oldham and Saddleworth
· FREE Scam Awareness Workshop
Awareness of the types of scams that seniors could be affected by is key to ensuring their safety online, on the telephone and via unsolicited mail. Home Instead Senior Care is holding FREE Scam Awareness Workshops for older people, family members, carers and people throughout the community, who may be vulnerable themselves, or know people who may be a target for scammers.
Date: Friday 30th September 2016
Venue: Dr Kershaw’s Hospice, Turf Lane, Royton, OL2 6EU
Time: 10.30am – 12noon
If you would like to book your free place, please contact Sharon on 01457 874566 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you think this could be of interest to anyone else, please feel free to pass the information on.
· Please see attached poster with the details of the next Dementia & Lasting Power of Attorney information workshop, taking place Friday 21st October 2016, 10.30am-1.30pm, registration from 10.15am, at Home Instead Senior Care Offices, 113-115 High Street Uppermill, OL3 6BD, there is parking to the rear of the offices. Please note there are steps up to the offices. Just as a reminder; the workshop is fully funded, so is free and open to anyone who supports a loved one with any form of Dementia. It is also open to health and social care professionals or volunteers from any organisation. Space permitting we also welcome professionals working with the general public who may benefit from increased awareness of Dementia and Lasting Power of Attorney or members of the public at large who have a general interest in helping others.
If you’d like to book your place please contact Sharon on 01457 874566 or email; email@example.com places are limited so please book early. If you think this could be of interest to anyone else, please feel free to pass the information on.
· Please find attached a copy of Home Instead ‘What’s on Where’. The guide is to highlight groups, clubs and leisure activities for older adults in the Oldham & Saddleworth area. If you would like hard copies please contact Tracey, Community Engagement Officer who will be happy to drop some off for you, you can contact Tracey on 07544 150463 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Caremark Oldham and Tameside
· Golden Years Roadshow Event will be taking place Wednesday 5th October at Uppermill Civic Hall 10am – 12pm. The event is aimed at putting retirement in a positive light and showcases local organisations and charities. This event is open to all and will provide help and advice on a range of topics. See details attached.
Working in partnership – Making Space, Age UK Oldham & Oldham Community Leisure
· Oldham residents young and old are walking for a world without dementia.
October’s Oldham Memory Walk will highlight the benefits of gentle exercise whilst raising money for Alzheimer’s Society.
According to Public Health England, physical activity, including walking, not only helps to reduce the risk of developing dementia but boosts emotional wellbeing and promotes companionship. The sponsored morning walk will take place in Alexandra Park, is suitable for people of all abilities and is open to everyone. Different routes cater for a range of fitness levels, with the shortest trail covering just 600 steps (around 500 yards). Walkers can join a fast or relaxed group or choose to walk only with other women.
The event has been organised by adult health and social care charity Making Space, Age UK Oldham and Oldham Community Leisure.
Anyone wanting to take part can meet at on Thursday 27 October at 10.30am at the Boathouse Cafe, Alexandra Park. Further information about sponsorship forms, taking part in the Memory Walk, or joining a regular walking group in Oldham are available from Teresa Griffiths on 0161 207 7000 or email@example.com
Community Development Officer
Saddleworth & Lees District Team
Uppermill Library – upstairs office
St Chads, High Street
Tel: 0161 770 8416
Mobile: 07515 190916
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