Do you care for someone living with dementia and would like to be able to enjoy the wellbeing benefits of being out outdoors?
The Monument project at Norfolk County Council is exploring how to help family and friends who care for people living with dementia to get better access to the outdoors and improve their wellbeing, and as part of the project they are inviting you and the person you care for to a free Family Open Day on Saturday 11 June, 10.00am – 4.00pm.
The fun event which is open to all ages, takes place at The Costessey Centre, Longwater Lane. The day has a lively schedule of conversation and quirky experience, including getting to know a therapy guinea pig, or enjoying reminiscence activities with the Norfolk Museum service. Children activities include a scavenger hunt and face painting. The day will end with a 1940,s singalong.
There will be the opportunity to meet the local groups and organisations that are available in the area who can help you in your caring role.
You can turn up on the day or sign up with the booking form. The first 100 signups will receive a free lunch voucher for use on the day.
For further information email, [email protected]