A pop-up cafe dedicated to people living with dementia and those who care for them will take place in Aberdeen next week.
The Easter-themed event will be held at Alzheimer Scotland’s Dementia Resource Centre on King Street on Tuesday between 10.30am and noon.
Those with dementia, as well as their families and carers, are invited to attend.
Alzheimer Scotland’s Aberdeenshire services manager Sarah Duff said: “To celebrate the annual spring holiday we are providing a pop-up dementia cafe in our Aberdeen city centre hub to help bring together people affected by dementia across the city to hear about the range of services and supports available in their community.
“As well as refreshments and music from the fantastic Jack McPherson, attendees have the chance to meet staff and hear more about our work to help make sure nobody faces dementia alone.
“If our pop up cafe is a success we plan to hold a regular dementia café in the centre offering support and advice and the chance to have a natter and a cuppa on a monthly basis.”
Those interested in finding out more about the forthcoming dementia cafe should contact Lesley Gray on 01224 644077.