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Healthwatch Havering joins Havering Dementia Action Alliance


Healthwatch Havering has joined the Havering Dementia Action Alliance, an initiative which brings together voluntary and other organisations working to improve the lives of people who have dementia.

This action builds on our "Have your say..." workshops and report on services for people who have dementia or a learning disability.

"I am really pleased that we can be part of the borough's plans for bringing improvements to the lives of people with dementia" said Anne-Marie Dean, Chairman of Healthwatch Havering.  "Although Healthwatch Havering does not directly provide services for people who have dementia, we work with and influence the commissioners and providers of those services and we intend to ensure that the needs of people with dementia are at the forefront of commissioning and providing".

The Dementia Action Alliance website is http://www.dementiaaction.org.uk/local_alliances/4789_havering_dementia_ 





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