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Woman launches book in Forest Gate about dementia in Zambia

09:00 18 November 2012

Grace Chama-Pupe will be presenting Dementia Awareness in Zambia at at Durning Hall in Earlham Grove from 3 to 7 pm.

Married and a mother of four, Grace has worked as a social worker for local authorities in London.

But nearly two years ago she returned to her native Zambia to care for her widowed mother suffering from the onset of dementia.

This led her to write a book detailing her everyday frustrations, along with exciting moments, with her elderly mother.

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