Making London dementia friendly

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Making London dementia friendly

Making London the world's first dementia-friendly capital city was the focus of a summit at City Hall today. The Chief executive of the Alzhemer's society joined those living with the condition and representatives from the NHS, police and TFL to explore what was needed to achieve the goal. The meeting marks the start of a national awareness week. 

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