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Giving families the knowledge and skills to support a loved one with dementia is so important.

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Giving families the knowledge and skills to support a loved one with dementia is so important.

It can make the eventual move into a care home much smoother for both the family and the resident.

Sheena Croston, manager of our brand new luxury Brackley Care Home, is attending a three day carer support programme run by Sue Hinds, a speech and language specialist, Lorraine Haining, a dementia nurse specialist and Dr Ruth Watson, clinical psychologist.

Sheena is pictured right with Sue Hinds.

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