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Dementia Information Service
The Dementia Information Service is commissioned by Milton Keynes council and the CCG. Our Dementia Support Workers deliver support and information to people living in Milton Keynes and work closely with the Specialist Memory Service, to provide support for people following a diagnosis. Dementia Support Workers can also support people with memory concerns to live well. For further information please contact Safia Khatoun or Michelle Lee hee shiong on 01908 669404.
Please note that the Singing for the Brain scheduled for the 30th December will not now go ahead. These services will resume fortnightly from Monday 13th January 2020.
Please follow the link for more information - Services Information Sheet MK - Autumn 2019
Thu31Oct2019Thu27Feb20203.00 - 4.30pmCIL, Church Of Christ The Cornerstone (next to the Talkback Office)
Dementia Information Service
The service provides one to one support for people with dementia and carers and can be provided face to face, over the telephone or via written communication. Dementia Support Workers provide information, guidance and practical support to help people understand dementia, cope with day to day living with dementia and prepare for the future. The service also supports people to access other services. The service is commissioned by Milton Keynes council and the Clinical Commissioning Group. Please call 01908 669404 Monday-Friday 10-4 to speak to a Dementia Support Worker.
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Mon06Jan2020Mon27Jan20208.00pm-9.30pm1 Savoy Crescent, Milton Keynes, MK9 3PU
MK HARD OF HEARING SUPPORT GROUP CHARITY NO 1179826
LIST OF PRESENTATIONS FOR 2020
JANUARY 7 COCHLEAR IMPLANT COMPANY AN VOLUNTEER
21 Coffee Morning a.m. Lip reading 1.3—3.30
FEBRUARY 4 AGE UK MILTON KEYNES to be confirmed
18 Coffee morning a.m. Lip reading 1.30-3.30
MARCH 3 CENTRE MK ACCESS FOR ALL to be confirmed
17 Coffee morning 10.30-12.00 Lip reading 1.30-3.30
APRIL 7 MKC ON DISABLED ISSUES AND BLUE BADGES ETC to be confirmed
21 Coffee morning `10.30-12.00 Lip reading class 1.30-3.30
MAY 5 THAMES VALLEY POLICE ON DISABLED ISSUES PRESENTATION to be confirmed
19 Coffee morning 10.30-3.30 Lip reading class 1.30-3.30
JUNE 2 BRITISH TINNITUS SOCIETY PRESENTATION
16 coffee morning 10.30-12.00 Lip reading class 1.30-3.30
JULY 7 MK CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP presentation
21 Coffee morning 10.30—12.00 Lip readin class 1.30-3.30
AUGUST 4 MKC COMMISSIONER FOR SARC cpontract/SARC
18 Coffee morning 10.30-12.00 Lip reading class 1.30-3.30
SEPTEMBER 1 ACTION ON HEARING LOSS/UCL ON GENE RELATED DEAFNESSIN OLD AGE PRESENTATION
SEPTEMBER 15 Coffee morning 10.30-12/00 Lip reading class 1.30-3.30
OCTOBER 6 MK HOSPITAL ON DISABLED ISSUES PRESENTATION
20 Coffee morning 10.30-12.00 Lip reading class 1.30-3.30
NOVEMBER 3 MK HOSPITAL AUDIOLOGY PRESENTATION
17 Coffee morning 10.30-12.00 Lip reading class 1.30-3.30
DECEMBER 1 MK ADULT HEARING SERVICE PRESENTATION
15 Coffee morning 10.30-12.00 Lip reading class 1.30-3.30
RESERVES: MKC Taxi licensing, Access Ambassadors, Hearing Dogs for the Deaf
Decision required on whether to keep presentations to 1stTuesday in month or change to 3rd Tuesday in month
Tue14Jan2020Tue16Jun2020Secklow Gate West, Central Milton Keynes MK9 3BJ
Milton Keynes Macular Society Support Group
meets on the second Tuesday of the month from 2.00 to 4.00pm at Centrecom Meeting Place, 602 North Row (Behind MK Library)
Secklow Gate West, Central Milton Keynes MK9 3BJ
Programme January to June 2020
Tuesday 14 January
AGM: followed by:
Needing New Year resolutions following seasonal indulgence? Corinne Wykes from Diabetes UK will bring us up to date with the current fact and fiction of diabetes, and the support offered by the local group.
Tuesday 11 February
Lift Up the Curtain of Milton Keynes Theatre with Louise Henderson. All about the current shows including information on the access facilities available such as touch tours and audio described performances
Tuesday 18 February: Barn Beefeater lunch, meet 12.00 for 12.30
Tuesday 10 March
Bucks Vision: Robin Patching to tell us about the varied and interesting activities available in Milton Keynes for those with a visual impairment
Tuesday 14 April
Social meeting: Come along for tea and cake, large print bingo with prizes and a raffle as well as plenty of time to chat
Tuesday 12 May:
Stanley Holloway: a return visit of Terry Penny with an entertaining talk on this famous film actor, humourist, singer, poet and monologist.
Tuesday 9 June
Guide Dogs for the Blind Association: Supporting people with sight loss, from puppy training to working dog. Hear all about Guide Dogs with Fi Jones. She hopes to be accompanied by real dogs & maybe puppies too!
Tuesday 16 June: Barn Beefeater lunch, meet 12.00 for 12.30
For further information please contact Maggie on 01908 319292
Sat01Feb202011:15am - 15:30pmThe Ridgeway Centre, Featherstone Road, Wolverton MK12 5TH
Information and support day for parents, carers, children and young people with a special educational need or disability.
Come along and speak to services that can help you and your family, access information that you need, listen to talks by key speakers and attend workshops on areas of concern or interest.
Key speakers will include young people with additional needs.
There will be workshops for parents and carers such as behaviour, SEN Support and EHC Plans and other areas of concern and support.
Activities for children and young people will include art, craft and other activities.
There will be information stands (health, local authority, charities etc) to browse and people to talk with in between workshops (see Eventbrite for whom is attending).
Full details of workshops available will be on Eventbrite and Facebook as they are confirmed and when booking places is possible nearer the time of the event. https://mksendinformationday2020.eventbrite.co.uk
Or contact PACA on 01908 257828 or 07852 526057
(Booking will open in December 2019)
This event is being jointly organised by the SEND IAS Service in Milton Keynes and PACA MK (parent carer forum).
Fri07Feb20208.00pm - 9.20pmRoxburgh Hall Theatre, Stowe School, Stowe MK18 5EH
About the event
Venue: Roxburgh Theatre
Helen, Alan, and Graham are told they are impaired and need fixing. Connecting through a shared past they are transported to one pivotal moment in 1880 when a dangerous ideology was born: one that would impair the way the world views Deaf people for over a century. Ad Infinitum combine the company’s signature style of physical storytelling with the beauty of British Sign Language in an unmissable feast for the senses. Extraordinary Wall of Silence is a bilingual performance in BSL and English.
Running time: 1 hour 20 mins no interval
Age rating: 14+
Thu27Feb20202pm - 3:30pm Milton Keynes Council Civic Offices, Room 1.05/1.06 (1 Saxon Gate, East, Milton Keynes MK9 3EJ )