Dementia care services
Alzheimers’s Society provides dementia care services to people affected by dementia and their carers in South Gloucestershire.
Experienced dementia support workers can offer information and guidance to help you:
- understand dementia
- cope with daily challenges
- prepare for the future
Find out more from our information and guidance page on living with dementia. This has advice about dementia including:
- finding support following diagnosis
- social activities and exercise groups
- support whilst living at home
- training courses for carers
We offer day care for residents with dementia at Cambrian Green day services centre in Yate.
Dementia support groups in the community
There is a range of activities and groups to support people with dementia, from day services to reminiscence groups.
Alzheimer’s Society manages the dementia support service in South Gloucestershire. They provide a range of activities and groups to support people, such as:
- support workers for practical and emotional support
- support groups for carers
- Singing for the Brain in Kingswood, Thornbury and Downend
- a weekly sports and social club in Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre
For local information visit their page to find support near you.
Memory cafes offer the opportunity to spend time in a relaxed environment with other people living with dementia and their carers.
Find more information and guidance on our page on memory cafes in South Gloucestershire.
The Reading Well prescription service may be helpful if you have dementia, are caring for someone with dementia, or would like to find out more about the condition.
Find more information and guidance on our page on Reading Well prescription service.
Well Aware is a free, information resource for everyone in South Gloucestershire.
Over 500 services are listed, including personal health services, lunch clubs, social groups, home help, dentistry, advice, counselling or other forms of support.
South Gloucestershire Dementia Action Alliance
South Gloucestershire Dementia Action Alliance (SGDAA) is run by Southern Brooks Community Partnerships to support our communities and organisations to become dementia aware, accessible and inclusive.
The Alliance aims to make South Gloucestershire a region where people with dementia and their carers are are understood and respected and that services support them to make choices and have control over their lives.
For more information on dementia friendly activities you can contact Southern Brooks by: