Are you a carer for a loved one who has advanced dementia and has experienced a traumatic event earlier in life?Continue reading “Carers wanted to participate in dementia research”
Alzheimer’s Society’s Chipping Sodbury tea dance is an opportunity to enjoy an afternoon of music and dancing.Continue reading “Alzheimer’s Society – Chipping Sodbury Tea Dance”
Supporting you to live well with dementia.Continue reading “Alive Activities – Bristol Dementia Meeting Centre”
UPDATE 21/09/2022: Bristol Dementia Charities Network (BDCN) invite you to their free online event on the new date Tuesday 18th October 10AM – 12PM, to learn more about public transport in Bristol and how it affects people living with dementia.Continue reading “BDCN – Bristol Public Transport & Dementia Online Event”
Alive Activities invites you to come and meet their team, try some activities and find out about their new service for people with dementia.Continue reading “Alive Activities – South Gloucestershire Meeting Centre Open Days”
Bristol Dementia Charities Network (BDCN) would like to invite you to their free online event on Thursday 22nd September, 10.30AM -12PM, to learn more about public transport in Bristol and how it affects people living with dementia.Continue reading “BDCN – Bristol Public Transport & Dementia Online Event”
All Saints’ Friends Together dementia friendly café is welcoming people for conversation, support and fun reminiscence activities. Continue reading “Friends Together – Dementia accessible café”
Alzheimer’s Society have uploaded a new resource for carers assisting people with dementia.Continue reading “Alzheimer’s Society – Assisting People with Dementia Booklet”
Art Together is an art therapy group at Redcatch Community Garden. The group is for over 55s who are living with dementia and have become isolated or have lost confidence due to the pandemic. Carers can attend and take part with the person they care for.Continue reading “Art Together – art therapy group for people living with dementia”
University of Bristol is seeking people diagnosed less than four years ago, to explore the need for post-diagnostic support. What works for people living with dementia, and their ideas for improvement.Continue reading “University of Bristol – Living with dementia for a post-diagnosis support study”
Alive, a charity dedicated to improving the quality of life of older people and their carers have some great activities lined up for April and May!Continue reading “Alive Activities – Upcoming April & May events”
Healthwatch Bristol and Healthwatch South Gloucestershire have mapped the local and national support available to support people who care for loved ones with dementia and assist professionals seeking to advise people who care for people with dementia.Continue reading “Healthwatch – Dementia Carers Support Map”
A free dementia webinar will take place on Wednesday 28 October at 2pm. Go along to learn more about dementia in young people of working age. Continue reading “Free webinar: supporting young people with Dementia”
A new tech wristband has been launched in Bristol, Bath, South Gloucestershire and Somerset to help improve the safety of people with dementia. Continue reading “New safety wristband for people with dementia”
Marie Curie is working to improve their online information for end of life carers. They have developed a questionnaire to ask carers about their experiences and needs. Continue reading “Marie Curie survey for end of life carers”
Since the coronavirus, many carers are struggling. However, we recognise the particular challenges for those who are looking after someone with dementia through coronavirus. Continue reading “Dementia carers – coronavirus local support”
Come along to three new social groups at Active Lifestyle Centres in Yate, Thornbury and Kingswood, especially for people with dementia, their carers, family and friends.
Be prepared for the future – learn to understand dementia as it progresses and how to seek support.
Learn how to prepare for the future and be better supported for yourself and the person you care for.