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Our #FPoW is – The Ness Dementia Centre

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This Weeks Featured Profile is

The Ness Dementia Centre

The Ness Centre, in Teignmouth, is a unique therapeutic centre for individuals and families living with dementia.

They use evidence based research to support individuals to stay active and maintain social and community connections. By offering flexible, highly personalised therapy for people living with dementia they work to preserve their dignity, identity and independence.

“Rosie has been so much happier since starting at The Ness centre. She often laughs and engages with us after her time there. The specialist Ness team have made a big difference to her quality of life and it has made a huge positive difference to the whole family.” 

Husband Steve

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