ITVBe’s Georgia Kousoulou, demonstrates real star quality, by becoming the face of Dementia UK’s Remember a Star campaign. Georgia will be celebrating her YiaYia (Greek Grandma), whilst also raising awareness and funds for the charity’s dementia specialist Admiral Nurses.
Georgia, who has taken part in a photo-shoot and promotional video for the campaign, will be helping the charity to fund more Admiral Nurses to provide life-changing care and support to families affected by all forms of dementia. They are there when people need help. They have the time to listen and the knowledge to solve problems, and are a lifeline for families facing dementia
Earlier this year, the reality star gave birth to her first child Brody – who also stars in the campaign, with her partner, Tommy Mallett, who she met on the set of The Only Way is Essex.
Of her support for the campaign, Georgia said:
“It’s a huge honour to be a part of Dementia UK’s Christmas campaign this year. I really link Christmas with spe
“Dementia is an isolating condition, but the charity’s Admiral Nurses play such a huge role in being there for families who feel they have nowhere else to turn. This is why I’m celebrating my YiaYia and giving families like mine the gift of care this Christmas.”
Georgia has already shared snaps of her Christmas tree decorations on Instagram, which features her star for Dementia UK’s campaign. She is joining many families up and down the country in remembering, celebrating, or thanking someone who has been affected by dementia, whilst also donating to Dementia UK.
Dr Hilda Hayo, CEO and Chief Admiral Nurse at Dementia UK, said:
“Christmas can bring additional challenges for families with dementia. Our national Helpline traditionally receives a high volume of calls at this time of the year. Some of the top reasons for calling include; families navigating changes in routine; reduced support services; and feelings of sadness as well as loneliness after a diagnosis or a death of a loved one.
“Our Remember a Star campaign plays a big role in providing life-changing care and support to even more families who need it. We’d like to thank Georgia and Brody for playing such a special part in it this year.”
If you have any questions or concerns around dementia, please contact Dementia UK’s Admiral Nurse Dementia Helpline on 0800 888 6678 or email@example.com.
People can find out more about the Remember a Star campaign by visiting: https://star.dementiauk.org/.