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Number 11Blackheath VillageLondonSE3 9LA
Age Exchange is the UK’s national leading charity delivering Reminiscence Arts. The Age Exchange is an inspirational space in the centre of Blackheath that provides a home for a variety of activities and services. With a community café, library, events and specialist groups – there’s something for everyone. 17th - 23rd May 2021 Dementia Action Week COVID 19 UPDATE:
Manor HouseGrassington RoadSidcupDA14 6BY
We are a registered charity whose purpose is to provide information, support and breaks for carers. We aim always to be flexible and helpful, rather than expect carers to fit in with us. Naturally, there are certain procedures we need to follow (mainly to ensure the quality of our service), but we don’t have rules for the sake of them. Because we are a charity, anyone who wishes to can apply to become a member of the organisation. Members will automatically receive an invitation to our Annual General Meeting (AGM) and a copy of our annual report. Carers’ Support…
Dementia Carers runs two free meetings each month in Charlton and Eltham: The Charlton Group is for both the carer and the cared for, offering a singing together and social opportunity. The group is led by an experienced musician in singing familiar songs. Sign-posting and information about local services for carers is available. Held every 2nd Monday of the month at the The Stables, Hornfair Road, Charlton, 11:45am to 1:15pm. The Eltham meeting is a support group, where dementia carers can come together,…
180Eltham High StreetElthamSE9 1BJ
Caring for someone with Dementia? Then come along to our friendly supportive group who can share information with you on accessing support services, funding and also help maintain your own well being. We can provide support by phone if you are unable to attend this group.
Dementia Dialogue provides bespoke dementia training tailored to you and/or your organisation's needs, or we can deliver our prepared training programmes and workshops. Training programmes include: One day introductory Dementia Awareness Two day advanced Dementia Awareness Dementia Awareness made accessible Advocacy and Reminiscence Effective communication and living well Lifestory work with family carers of people with dementia 'The wellbeing of a person with…
The Forum At GreenwichTrafalgar RoadLondonSE10 9EQ
On the first Thursday afternoon of each month, the Forum holds a dementia drop in group. Do you or someone you know suffer from Dementia/Alzheimers? The Forum at Greenwich holds a free drop in group for people with this illness. Please contact 020 8853 5212 for more information.
76 Hornfair RoadCharltonLondonSE7 7BD
Carers that support a loved one with Dementia can pop in for information and support from a dementia specialist. In partnership with Mind Care Dementia Support, Greenwich Carers Centre invite you to connect with the right people for your ongoing dementia journey. Held bi-weekly on a Thursday at the Greenwich Carers Centre - FREE Please call 0208 102 9654 before you visit to ensure you are seen. Or email :email@example.com
If you provide personal care for a friend or family member you are now eligible for free PPE (personal protective equipment). If you are caring for somebody (particularly if they are not in your household), you might want to consider using PPE to protect yourself and the person you are caring for. A carer is someone, including adults and children, who looks after a family member, partner or friend who needs help because of their illness, frailty, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction and cannot cope without their support. To order your PPE…
76 Hornfair RoadCharltonSE7 7BD
The range of services we provide to individual carers, families with caring responsibilities and those that they support include: Practical and emotional support for carers on a casework basis via our 'Carers Hub' approach An information and advice telephone line A telephone outreach service Our December 2021 “What’s on Guide” is out now - to…