One Simple Thing


Over the next few weeks Community Health Councils (CHCs) across Wales will be asking people whose lives have been touched by dementia, or anyone who is a care giver, one simple question :-




What could the NHS do better to support people, as well as their families and their carers, living with dementia? 

They will be using a variety of methods to reach people including :-

  • Twitter
  • A smartphone app
  • SMS text
  • Face-to-face discussion
  • Freepost
  • A dedicated answerphone


They believe that the result will demonstrate the powerful voice of people with real experience of dementia and that it will have a genuine influence on the development of the Welsh Governments plans for a Dementia Strategy for Wales. 

CHC staff and members will be out and about speaking to people all over Wales during the next month. Additionally people can tell us their “One Simple Thing” suggestion by using the following ways to contact them :-

Email - [email protected] 

Dedicated Answerphone – 01248 679284 – Choose Option 4

SMS/Text – Details to follow 

Website - 

Write to them at - ‘One Simple Thing’ – CHCs in Wales C/O Unit 11, Chestnut Court, Parc Menai, Bangor  LL57 4FH


(12th March 2017)


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  • anonymous
    Dementia is used to describe the problems that people with various underlying brain disorders or damage can have with their memory, language and thinking. So, you all are done good job. My best wishes to all of you