Invitation to FREE dementia awareness event

As part of our aim to increase awareness of dementia amongst businesses and organisations and support people in our local community, we are running two free information events at:

Wytham House

Address: Oaken Holt Estate, Eynsham Road, Oxfordshire, OX2 9NL

Date: Thursday 23rd March 2017

10am – 12:30pm – for the local community/general public
2pm – 4:30pm – for local businesses


About us
At Wytham House, we support up to 40 elderly residents and their families who are living with dementia including Alzheimer’s disease, vascular dementia and Korsakoff’s syndrome.

Part of Caring Homes Group; an award winning organisation which has developed a unique dementia training programme, accredited by City & Guilds, for all members of our team, from reception, chefs, housekeeping to care.  At Wytham House, we actively promote a dementia friendly community through sharing the knowledge and skills of our staff and would like to share this with you at our free event.

About the event
The event is led by Michele Saunders, Dementia Training Lead for Caring Homes, who will be discussing dementia and its effects, there will be hints and tips to improve communication and a practical session to understand some of the day-to day frustrations that can affect a person living with dementia.

Book your space

If you would like to book a place at our FREE dementia awareness event – Wytham House on 

23rd March 2017, please R.S.V.P by no later than Friday 17th March 2017 on Freephone
0808 223 5400 or .  Please advise us which event you would like to attend and of any special mobility or dietary requirements you may have.


We hope to see you here.  If you are unable to attend but would like to arrange a time for an alternative visit, please do let us know.

Attached are an invitation and an A4 poster promoting the public event.  Should you require more information please do not hesitate to contact us on 01865 861 200.
Yours sincerely,


Sheena Meldon

On behalf of Koren Evans-Slade

Home Manager





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