'Being Here’ - a song for charity now live!

A local musician has gifted Jersey Alzheimer’s Association the full use of a song he’s written to help raise awareness of dementia.
 
Les Falle, best known as the drummer from Jersey bands Bunker Hill and Peace for the Wicked, was inspired to write the song “Being Here” because he was seeing increasing numbers of people living with dementia, both young and old.
 
The track is now available to listen on Spotify and to download for just 59pence through free downloads sites including iTunes, Napster, Amazon and Shazam.
 
All proceeds to Jersey Alzheimer’s Association.
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Dementia knows no social, economic, ethnic or geographical boundaries and affects millions of people throughout the world. As dementia progresses individuals affected need care with all aspects of daily life. Families mostly provide this care.