Bless Support are celebrating their one year anniversary 17th August 2017
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Bless Support – Jenny Chapman and Christine Ford

Currently there are around 850,000 people living in the UK with Dementia. In the next 10 years this is expected to rise to over 1 million people.

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Meet the Essex Service that has been changing lives for a year.

by Tasha Turner

A local service that has been working to combat social isolation in the elderly particularly those with dementia is celebrating their one year anniversary. 

Bless Support celebrates its first anniversary, carers are full of praise for the difference the service is having on the lives of their loved ones. 

Jenny Chapman talks to Ine members of Redbridge Rotary Club on 23rd May 2017

Here is a rather unpleasant fact we person is diagnosed with dementia eve, three minuses. Dementia Is more common now in pert because people are living longer, they also have a less healthy diet and lifestyle than past generations, where most People did physical labour until the day they died.

News of the launch of Bless Support was reported in the Ilford Recorder Thursday 1st September 2016

New day care centre aiming to help dementia sufferers socialise.

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A day care centre for elderly people, and those living with dementia is officially opening in the borough in the middle of this month.