Charles Bonnet Syndrome drop-in session
Did you know around 60% of people with central vision loss experience Charles Bonnet Syndrome (CBS), which causes vivid, silent and often disturbing hallucinations? There is no treatment for the condition, which is often misdiagnosed as dementia.
That’s why we’re holding a Charles Bonnet Syndrome drop-in session at Heathcoat Street on Tuesday 16th November 11an-12:30pm.
If you or someone you know is experiencing CBS hallucinations, don’t suffer alone, come along to our free drop-in session to find out more about it, learn strategies to help manage episodes and meet other people going through similar experiences.
The drop-in is timed to coincide with the anniversary of Charles Bonnet’s birth, a day now officially recognized as Charles Bonnet Syndrome Awareness Day.
Photo shows: Nottingham City Centre but there is a panda bear to the left of the image to represent a hallucination.