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Alzheimer's Society - Dementia Support Worker

Coronavirus Status: Open Online
  The Dementia support service provides one-to-one support to people with dementia, carers and family members. The service is unique to your personal circumstances and the information and support you need. A Dementia support service may provide you with information and practical support to help…

Alzheimer's Society - National Dementia Helpline

Operating hours of the national Dementia Connect Support Line. Trained advisors can be contacted via 0333 150 3456 for advice and guidance.    People with questions about what they should be doing and how they should be interacting with people living with dementia at this time can access this guidance.  Any…

Berkshire Empowerment Group

Third Monday of each month. 2pm-4pm
We are an informal group of people living with dementia that get together to discuss issues that are important to us.  This can include commenting on research, our enviroments, hearing about other organisations.  We have opportunities to feed into wider issues that may effect people…
118 London StreetCalcotReadingBerkshireRG1 4SJ

Grange Memory Cafe

The cafe offers a safe and comfortable space where caregivers and their loved ones can socialise, listen to music, play games and enjoy other appropriate activities. The cafe is run by dedicated volunteers who will support carers to enjoy the session, but the volunteers are not…
Circuite LaneSouthcoteReadingRG30 3HD

Dementia Action Alliance (DAA)

The Dementia Action Alliance (DAA) is a social movement with one simple aim: to bring about a society-wide response to dementia. It encourages and supports local communities and organisations to take practical action to enable people to live well with dementia. Organisations, businesses and groups…

Caversham Carers Support Group (TuVIDA)

Informal Group Information and Guidence Available  Occassionally Speakers are Invited to the Group Hot Beverages and Biscuits served 
74Highmore RoadCavershamReadingBerkshireRG4 7BG

The Royals Memory Cafe

2pm-4pm Every 4 weeks
Come along and have a chat to us at our friendly memory cafe. Tea, coffee cakes and biscuits kindly provided by Compass Group Catering and the venue provided by Reading Football club. Meet up, have a chat, reminisce and sometimes be joined by some of…
Madjeski StadiumJuntion 11, M4ReadingBerkshireRG2 0FL

Reading Dementia Carers Support Group (TuVIDA)

Every 4th Tuesday of the month
Informal Group Meeting  Chance to meet and chat with other carers in a similar situation  Support worker available for information/advice Occasional visiting speaker from the Alzheimer,s Society  Free hot and cold beverages and biscuits available  Free on site parking availble 
448Oxford RoadReadingBerkshireRG30 1EE

Admiral Nurse for Younger People with Dementia - Covid 19 response

Coronavirus Status: Open Online
COVID-19 RESPONSE: Team working from home and has established regular times for contact with service users and carers using the telephone, video-calls, emails and instant messaging.    Offering activity packs, online activities, video-based workshops, telephone catch ups Last updated 15/04/2020 A service offering specialist support to the carers and families of younger people living with…

Professional Live in Care, Supported Living and Support and Care at Home (16 to 65)

Cedar Hope Provide a range of services to adults with various needs including young adults (16 to 25 yrs old) and adults (25 to 65 yrs old) with various needs and conditions including autism, mental health, learning disabilities, epilepsy, Alzheimer’s and dementia. This CQC Regulated service…