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Research evidence shows that following a healthy lifestyle can reduce the risk of an individual (or a population if undertaken on a bigger scale) developing dementia later in life. A healthy lifestyle may also help people already diagnosed with dementia maintain their independence and brain functioning for longer. Healthy lifestyle approaches recommended by Public Health England and NICE include: taking regular, daily, short periods of exercise; eating a wholesome diet and preventing weight gain; looking after your mental health; stopping smoking and reducing your alcohol intake.

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Pathways 4 Life, Walsall Pathways 4 Life, Walsall

Pathways 4 Life dementia support worker service for hard to reach groups is a partnership initiative between the Accord Group and Age UK Walsall offering dementia support and advice to Black and Minority Ethnic groups (BME) in Walsall. Read more »