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MHA EVENT: FOR ALL OUR TOMORROWS

Creating a better life for older people and how together we can make a difference

 

Thursday 16th August 2018 from 10:30am — 1:30pm

at

Kenilworth Methodist Church,

Kenilworth outside

Priory Road,
Kenilworth,
Warwickshire,
CV8 1LQ

 

Find out:

  • all about MHA care homes,
  • how we support people living with dementia through the remarkable effects of music therapy.
  • how we support individuals in their own communities through Live at Home schemes
  • the support and activities on offer.

    We will also be joined by an MHA chaplain who will explain how their role helps to support the nurturing of mind, body and spirit leading to a more fulfilled life.

     

    The event is free of charge and includes a buffet lunch. However, places are limited so to avoid missing out please get in touch with Catherine Roth by email at catherine.roth@mha.org.uk or by calling 01332 221651

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