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Dementia – A Free Legal & Financial Guide

27 April 2015

Wrigleys have supported the Dementia Action Alliance to produce a free booklet to help those living with dementia & their families.

Wrigleys Solicitor Charlotte Buckley and Legal Assistant Amy Slinn head up the Professional Services Group of the Rotherham Dementia Action Alliance. Working in partnership with other organisations within that group, the participating professional firms have put together a booklet dealing with legal and financial matters that those living with dementia and their loved ones are often faced with.

Charlotte comments “Our booklet aims to highlight the key legal and financial matters that those living with dementia and their families ought to be aware of”.

The booklet will be distributed locally and amongst those who are members of the Dementia Action Alliance in particular, the Alzheimer’s Society.

Charlotte comments further “A partnership of organisations within the local legal and financial community has developed this booklet as part of our Action Plan to be Dementia Friendly and to continue the work we are doing to support the Dementia Friendly community initiative”.

The booklet is available to download free below.


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