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Event Calendar

Jan
16
Tue
Sporting Memories Group, Leeds @ Leeds Central Library
Jan 16 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Sporting Memories Network support older people across the UK living with dementia, depression and in social isolation by engaging them in social activities and helping them to recall memories of watching or playing sport. By sharing memories of sporting moments and tapping into a passion for sport they help people to connect with others and with their past, reawakening positive thoughts and feelings that otherwise may remain hidden.

Here is a poster Leeds Central Library for their new session which happens every Thursday at Leeds Central Library in the Tiled Hall Café 11 am until 12 noon. It is free for people to attend and anyone over the age of 50 is welcome.  They actively encourage family carers to attend and get involved in these sessions too.

 

Jan
22
Mon
Memory Cafe – Montagu Burton, Leeds 8 @ Montague Burton Resource Centre
Jan 22 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Every second and fourth Monday of the month.  Bus numbers 12,13 and 13A.

Here’s the flyer Memory Cafe October 2017

Jan
23
Tue
Sporting Memories Group, Leeds @ Leeds Central Library
Jan 23 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Sporting Memories Network support older people across the UK living with dementia, depression and in social isolation by engaging them in social activities and helping them to recall memories of watching or playing sport. By sharing memories of sporting moments and tapping into a passion for sport they help people to connect with others and with their past, reawakening positive thoughts and feelings that otherwise may remain hidden.

Here is a poster Leeds Central Library for their new session which happens every Thursday at Leeds Central Library in the Tiled Hall Café 11 am until 12 noon. It is free for people to attend and anyone over the age of 50 is welcome.  They actively encourage family carers to attend and get involved in these sessions too.

 

Jan
30
Tue
Sporting Memories Group, Leeds @ Leeds Central Library
Jan 30 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Sporting Memories Network support older people across the UK living with dementia, depression and in social isolation by engaging them in social activities and helping them to recall memories of watching or playing sport. By sharing memories of sporting moments and tapping into a passion for sport they help people to connect with others and with their past, reawakening positive thoughts and feelings that otherwise may remain hidden.

Here is a poster Leeds Central Library for their new session which happens every Thursday at Leeds Central Library in the Tiled Hall Café 11 am until 12 noon. It is free for people to attend and anyone over the age of 50 is welcome.  They actively encourage family carers to attend and get involved in these sessions too.

 

Feb
6
Tue
Sporting Memories Group, Leeds @ Leeds Central Library
Feb 6 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Sporting Memories Network support older people across the UK living with dementia, depression and in social isolation by engaging them in social activities and helping them to recall memories of watching or playing sport. By sharing memories of sporting moments and tapping into a passion for sport they help people to connect with others and with their past, reawakening positive thoughts and feelings that otherwise may remain hidden.

Here is a poster Leeds Central Library for their new session which happens every Thursday at Leeds Central Library in the Tiled Hall Café 11 am until 12 noon. It is free for people to attend and anyone over the age of 50 is welcome.  They actively encourage family carers to attend and get involved in these sessions too.

 

Feb
12
Mon
Memory Cafe – Montagu Burton, Leeds 8 @ Montague Burton Resource Centre
Feb 12 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Every second and fourth Monday of the month.  Bus numbers 12,13 and 13A.

Here’s the flyer Memory Cafe October 2017

Feb
13
Tue
Sporting Memories Group, Leeds @ Leeds Central Library
Feb 13 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Sporting Memories Network support older people across the UK living with dementia, depression and in social isolation by engaging them in social activities and helping them to recall memories of watching or playing sport. By sharing memories of sporting moments and tapping into a passion for sport they help people to connect with others and with their past, reawakening positive thoughts and feelings that otherwise may remain hidden.

Here is a poster Leeds Central Library for their new session which happens every Thursday at Leeds Central Library in the Tiled Hall Café 11 am until 12 noon. It is free for people to attend and anyone over the age of 50 is welcome.  They actively encourage family carers to attend and get involved in these sessions too.

 

Feb
20
Tue
Sporting Memories Group, Leeds @ Leeds Central Library
Feb 20 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Sporting Memories Network support older people across the UK living with dementia, depression and in social isolation by engaging them in social activities and helping them to recall memories of watching or playing sport. By sharing memories of sporting moments and tapping into a passion for sport they help people to connect with others and with their past, reawakening positive thoughts and feelings that otherwise may remain hidden.

Here is a poster Leeds Central Library for their new session which happens every Thursday at Leeds Central Library in the Tiled Hall Café 11 am until 12 noon. It is free for people to attend and anyone over the age of 50 is welcome.  They actively encourage family carers to attend and get involved in these sessions too.

 

Protecting Older & Vulnerable People from Scams, Frauds & Doorstep Crime @ Public Health Resource Centre
Feb 20 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

Please note that these sessions are aimed at professionals, to improve their awareness and practice around the subjects covered. They are not appropriate for members of the public.

Scams, Frauds and Doorstep crime are fast becoming the crime of the 21st Century, with many isolated and vulnerable older people being the main target of mass marketing scams, nuisance callers, cowboy builders and distraction burglaries.

The SAFER Project works to educate and empower older and vulnerable people to spot scams and deal confidently with doorstep callers to protect themselves from becoming victims.

The course will cover:
  • SAFER Project overview
  • Scams and frauds: facts and examples
  • Doorstep crime: facts and examples
  • SAFER toolkit information
  • Moving forward together: turning your learning into one key action
  • Contact information

This information session will be delivered by Jo Mackman, Safer Team Community Project Officer

Please note that these sessions are aimed at professionals, to improve their awareness and practice around the subjects covered. They are not appropriate for members of the public.

To book a place, please contact Public Health Resource Centre on (0113)  378 6200 or email: phrc@leeds.gov.uk

The sessions are free of charge and are presented in an engaging manner by friendly and knowledgeable facilitators.
Feb
26
Mon
Memory Cafe – Montagu Burton, Leeds 8 @ Montague Burton Resource Centre
Feb 26 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Every second and fourth Monday of the month.  Bus numbers 12,13 and 13A.

Here’s the flyer Memory Cafe October 2017

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