Hamari Yaadain Dementia Cafe

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Hamari Yaadain (our memories) is a Touchstone dementia café which meets every first Thursday of the month from 1pm to 3pm.

What is Hamari Yaadain?

  • A safe space where you can get out and about to meet others, make friends and enjoy hot drinks and snacks

Who is it for?

  • South Asian people with memory issuesHamari Yaadian Logo
  • South Asian carers for people with memory issues.

What happens at the café?

  • A cup of tea and cake
  • Information and advice about memory issues in Hindi Urdu and Punjabi
  • Discussions with other people who have the same experience
  • Activities to get you thinking

Why should I go to the café?

  • To meet people from similar cultures who face memory loss issues
  • To learn about how to live well with memory loss
  • To support other people with similar experiences
  • So that you do not feel alone with memory loss

The café runs monthly at Touchstone Support Centre, Harehills Avenue LS8 4EX

Upcoming café dates:

7th April | 5th May | 2nd June | 7th July | 4th August | 1st September | 6th October | 3rd November | 1st December

For further information please contact Ripaljeet on 0113 219 2727 

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