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24 Hour Kent Dementia Helpline
Information and support for people with dementia and their carers. ... [More]
Age UK - Dementia Drop-In
Support & advice over a cuppa for anyone who has been diagnosed with dementia or who has a family or friend with dementia. Doctor, nurse, occupational therapist, Age UK and other professionals are on hand to support you. ... [More]
Age UK Thanet
We provide social activities, lunch,transport,info & advice services, dementia support & personal care services including bathing, footcare & our own hairdresser. Handyman service. Free security checks. ... [More]
Alzheimer's Society has a vision of a better, fairer world for people with dementia. We believe that people affected by dementia have the right to high quality services and support. ... [More]
Activities, stimulation, music and fun for a person with mild dementia. It also provides the family/carer/significant other with a day's respite. Fun is the key component of the day. ... [More]
Community Memory Orchard Group
For socialising, tea, cake and maybe a bit of gardening!
This project has been set up by 'Interactive Me' to support people with dementia and those who are socially isolated in Ramsgate. ... [More]
Dementia Friendly Kent
Dementia Friendly Kent is a resource developed by the Kent Dementia Action Alliance, which is a group of Kent organisations who want to work together to better meet the needs of people with Dementia so everyone can live well within their communities. ... [More]
East Kent Independent Dementia Support
At our groups we encourage socialisation through informal get-togethers, memory clubs, lunches & outings. We provide professional support & information on the wide variety of subjects that may arise & we offer a regular group that supports carers ... [More]
EKIDS Monthly Group Ramsgate (East Kent Independent Dementia Support)
Friendly groups who are understanding and offer excellent support for those living with dementia and their carers. We make no charge for attendance and no referral is needed. Groups take place monthly at a variety of venues across Thanet. ... [More]
EKIDS Monthly Groups (East Kent Independent Dementia Support)
Friendly groups who are understanding and offer excellent support for those living with dementia and their carers. We make no charge for attendance and no referral is needed. A variety of monthly groups supported by EKIDS run across Thanet. ... [More]
EKIDS Monthly Group Newington (East Kent Independent Dementia Support)
Memory Club group attended by health professionals and service providers who can provide valuable information and advice. Friendly groups who are understanding and offer excellent support for those living with dementia and their carers. We make no charge for attendance and no referral is needed. Groups take place monthly at a variety of venues across Thanet. ... [More]
EKIDS Monthly Group Newington (East Kent Independent Dementia Support)
Memory Club group attended by health professionals and service providers who can provide valuable information and advice. Every second Tuesday of the month 10.30am-12noon. A variety of monthly groups supported by EKIDS run across Thanet. ... [More]
EKIDS Monthly Group Westgate (East Kent Independent Dementia Support)
A small and welcoming evening support group for those living with dementia and their carers.
4th Wednesday of every month 7pm-8.30pm (between Carlton Cinema and Corals)
A variety of monthly groups supported by EKIDS run across Thanet. ... [More]
Kent Shared Lives
Kent Shared Lives takes referrals to support vulnerable adults in our paid, approved, host family's homes for day support, short breaks & long term placements. To apply for placement or to become a host, please contact us ... [More]
Living With Dementia
Dementia Friends and Boots aim to change peoples perceptions of dementia to transform the way the nation thinks, acts and talks about the condition. ... [More]
Memories - Dementia Social Group
Set up by daughters of dementia sufferers 'Memories' was born to help families in a similar position to meet and bond with people of a similar age. The group aims to provide memory stimulation through a variety of craft activities, reminiscence and singing. Bonds are created and nurtured within the group thus creating new memories and providing a little respite for carers. Sessions are FREE however the group relies on donations in order to operate. Suggested donation is Â£5 per session. ... [More]
Minnis Community Hub
The Hub provides a variety of services including a Day Centre for older persons, Lunch Club for the over 55s and a range of activites in partnership with other local organisations. Dementia Coffee Morning every third Thursday 10.30am to 12pm
Lunch club Monday to Friday, 12.15pm to 1.30pm Â£4.50 (pre-bookable before 10.30am on the day) ... [More]
Right At Home Free Dementia Respite Group
We aim to give people in the community living with dementia the opportunity to enjoy a break from their daily routine and give family carers some free time. ... [More]
Seashells Dementia Room
A safe, relaxed space to enable those living with dementia to engage and have fun in a positive environment.
Empowering individuals to fully participate in a range of activities. We embrace a holistic approach that encompasses the wishes of attendeed with hobbies and interests being incorporated in to the sessions.
This will be a variety of activities, music and reminiscence to encourage shared emotions and laughter.
The emphasis of Seashells is to support and empower those living with dementia to remain as independent as possible whilst offering carers and loved ones a respite opportunity. ... [More]
Story Massage - Positive Touch Activities for Home, School & Community
Story Massage combines the benefits of positive touch with the fun & creativity of words â€“ whether as story, rhyme or song. Ten simple massage strokes form the basis of the programme. These strokes have a name, such as The Circle or The Sprinkle, and an easy to recognise symbol making it fully accessible for all ages and abilities. It is Educational, Inclusive, Emotive & Safe. It can be shared as a child to child, parent to child activity or with adults. It is popular in a variety of settings including schools, special schools, care homes, family centres, hospices & the family home. ... [More]
Trinity COGS Club
A day of activity, music, fun & stimulation in a relaxing supportive environment for the person living with dementia whilst providing the carer with a day's respite. ... [More]
Trinity Dementia Activity Sessions
Designed to provide a friendly, social, relaxing environment where minds can be active & experiences are pleasurable whilst providing the carer with half a day respite. Wide range of arts & crafts, drama, singing & exercise activities. 3 hr sessions ... [More]
Trinity Dementia Peer Support
A group facilitated by our experienced team to support people with dementia to explore shared experiences & coping mechanisms. Provide up to date info for people with dementia & their carers about local services & support. Join us any time. ... [More]
We are a not for profit telecare organisation. We combine telecare(lifeline) equipment with highly-trained operators, helping anyone with concerns about safety & security ... [More]
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