National Intellectual Disability Memory Service Online Information Session

This online Zoom information session is to find out more about the National Intellectual Disability Memory Service and to meet some of their team.

The sessions will discuss:

  • What can I do to keep my brain healthy?
  • What is the National ID Memory Service?
  • How do I access the service?
  • What support does the service offer?

Everyone is welcome to the session, but it will be of most interest to adults with Down syndrome aged 25 years and over as well as their families or carers.

This event will take place on Thursday the 19th of November at 7 pm – to sign up for the Zoom sessions, please register here.

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