Alzheimers Nelson invite you to attend the Wakefield Country Players' 'The Father', a deeply thought- and emotion-provoking production depicting one family’s journey with dementia. The play takes place at the Wakefield Community Hall from 19 March for 5 viewings. See Flyer for details
Dementia is one of New Zealand’s most significant and growing healthcare challenges. Show your support for people affected by dementia by coming to our Memory Walk on September 21st, and wearing purple!
Dementia is one of New Zealand’s most significant and growing healthcare challenges. Almost 70,000 Kiwis have dementia and that number is expected to almost triple by 2050. Dementia also has a significant impact on the family/whanāu and friends of people with the condition. Four out of every five New Zealanders knows or has known someone with dementia.
On Saturday the 21st September, Alzheimers Nelson is having a Memory Walk to support people affected by dementia. It starts at St Barnabas Anglican Church next to Isel Park in Stoke at 11 am. There will be a short walk through the gardens followed by refreshments. There is also a raffle with some wonderful prizes!
Come and join us, and wear purple to show your support.
Article type: Meetings and events
Start date: September 21, 2019
Start time: 11:00 AM
End Date: September 21, 2019
End Time: 12:00 PM
Venue: St Barnabas Anglican Church, Stoke
523 Main Road
Contact Name: Jenni Komarovsky
Contact Phone: 5467702
Contact Email: [email protected]