'ADS' held its Annual General Meeting on 24th March 2016, during which The Mayor of The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, Cllr Eileen Quick, our Patron Sue Holderness and David Jannetta cut a cake in celebration of our Charity's 5th Birthday.
Those joining us at the event, were given details of our excellent performance over the past year, and were afforded an insight into plans for the future. All attendees enjoyed hearing some very kind and appreciative words from the Mayor. Finally, an extremely enlightening presentation, made by Honor Ryan, Trading Standards officer at the RBWM entitled ' Silence of the Scams' was well received.
Following the formalities, everyone had an opportunity to engage in conversation over refreshments and enjoy a piece of our 5th Birthday cake.
Alzheimers Dementia Support, established 2011, Registered Charity Number 1143867
What we do & why we do it:
Alzheimers Dementia Support 'ADS' is a charity which offers constructive practical guidance and a wide range of services to help people in the local community whose lives are directly or indirectly affected by Dementia. We strive to make a difference by helping those affected cope better whilst giving them the opportunity to experience a little joy and laughter in their difficult lives. We have developed a suite of Dementia Awareness Training for businesses, groups and schools as well as individuals.
Who we help:
There is an ever growing number of People with Dementia and their Carers within our local Community of Windsor, Maidenhead, Ascot, Slough and Langley who can benefit from our services.
Throughout the time since our inception in 2011, members of the 'ADS' team have successfully touched the lives of an ever growing number People with Dementia and their Carers and in so doing, have been able to, often dramatically, improve the quality of these people's lives. We also continue to support Former Carers and welcome their valuable input and involvement with our services.
The team's sole aim is to continue reaching out to more people locally and help them to cope with the difficulties of living with this disease through the delivery of high quality, enjoyable Services, whilst assisting with supporting their sometimes critical guidance and information needs.
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