Take a tea this Thursday and help out a charity. Photo: Joanna Kosinska

Tea and talk for a cause

A special event supporting Alzheimer's Tea Day, the Alzheimer Society of Ireland’s largest national fundraiser takes place today at Hidden Hearing.

Running from 1-2pm at Hidden Hearing at 27 Marlboro Street in Cork city, the tea party is to raise awareness and funds to support individuals and families living with Alzheimer's disease.

During this event, attendees will enjoy a relaxing cup of tea and hear an enlightening talk from Clodagh Whelan, a distinguished speaker from the Alzheimer Society of Ireland.

The talk will focus on the importance of maintaining healthy hearing for optimal brain health, an essential aspect often overlooked in the broader conversation about cognitive wellness.

The event is open to all and the Alzheimer’s Tea Day is a crucial fundraiser that enables the Alzheimer Society of Ireland to continue providing services and support to those living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. By attending, you will be contributing to a vital cause while gaining valuable insights into the connection between hearing health and brain function. Refreshments will be provided.

For more information about Alzheimer's Tea Day and the Alzheimer Society of Ireland, visit teaday.ie.