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A monthly group for LGBT+ people living with dementia celebrates 1 year anniversary

The group, called Rainbow Memory Cafe has just celebrated its first birthday.

Opening Door London’s group for LGBT+ people living with dementia, concerned about cognitive decline or caring for someone with dementia is still going strong since its first meeting in October 2017.


The group meets on the second Monday of every month from 2-4pm at Tavis House in Euston. Members have reported a real sense of ‘coming home’ in the group meetings, feeling safe to share free of judgement from others.

It’s been a busy year for the group, which has had high profile media coverage from Channel 4 and BBC London News.


Whilst numbers are steady, Rainbow Memory Cafe is still keen to welcome new members. Find out more click here.


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