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#FPow – 4 Demntia Carers

This Weeks Featured Profile is

4 Dementia Carers 

4 Dementia Carers was created to support working Dementia Carers, whether former or current and no matter where the person with dementia resides. 

24.6 million people in the UK care for a person with dementia – about 40% of the population. – By supporting these colleagues, the positive difference seen across the organisation can be significant. 


4 Dementia Carers provide workshops for organisations.

These include zoom calls which take place weekly and Network groups which supports local carers and can provide a greater understanding and awareness within the community. 


Find out more, by clicking below, and join in with the opportunities to come together and share experiences.

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