We are open every Friday 11:30-1:30, and we can take up to 10 patients and their home/family carers.
The café is for anyone with Dementia even those in advancing stages to socialise and enjoy company, there will be dementia friendly activities and there is the option of a 2-course lunch (small cost about £5each). We can cater for those that need a soft pallet diet.
Carers can also take a break by heading into our sensory garden and café, get support and advice or simply join in the fun. We have dementia trained volunteers to support if required.
For more information and to book a place please call Frances Underhill on 07757 167992.
The weekly 3-hour session includes a light lunch and plenty of cuppas! The cost of the group is £3 and our Thursday team of volunteers would love to see you.Thursday Club Poster 2
BACK APRIL 2022 after over two years….our local group is meeting again in its new venue at Elim Church Chapel in Nantwich on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month.Singing for the brain poster
The Alzheimer’s Society hosts a singing group where you can meet new people in a friendly, fun and social environment. The group is based around the principles of music therapy, which include vocal warm-ups and singing a huge range of familiar old and new songs for everyone’s tastes.
Elim Church Chaple, London Road, Nantwich, CW5 6LW
2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month, 2-3:30, beginning 14th April.
We will help to co-ordinate the support services and activities around you. We will also be able to help with providing information on:
Overall our aim is to enable you to remain living independently within your community.
Referrals to the service will come direct through the Memory Clinic and GPs in our Care Community.
For more information on this service and the referral process please contact our Dementia Support Worker, Nichola Fogarty, using the details below:
To view the 2-page leaflet below in a larger format please open in the pdf window here.eolp aug 21
Your GP Practice in Nantwich and Rural can refer you to our Specialist, Deb Cartlidge, who can provide expert advice for you when looking after a loved one who requires 24-hour supervision.
Circle of Friends – a friendship group open to all including those with memory challenges, their loved ones and carers.
EVERY TUESDAY 1:00 – 3:00 PM
Supported by volunteers from Nantwich Elim Church.
Experience fun and friendship in a relaxed and supportive environment. Food and refreshments provided.
Regents Perk Café, London Road, Nantwich, CW5 6LW.
Our Volunteer led Thursday Club is a safe place for people with Dementia and their Carers to meet up. We always have interactive activities with different themes each week and plenty of tea, coffee and biscuits!!
Please contact us in advance if you haven’t been before and would like to come along.
WE MEET ON THURSDAYS AT ST MARY’S CHURCH HALL IN THE MIDDLE OF NANTWICH, 10:30 – 12:30
Please visit our Facebook page for more information :
From looking out for the first symptoms of Alzheimer’s, to understanding the challenges of living with someone with vascular dementia, our specialist Admiral Nurses have the knowledge and experience to understand the situation and suggest answers that might be hard to find elsewhere.
The Museum is proud to host a Dementia Friendship Group. This group meets at the museum at 2pm on the third Monday of every month. It is open to anyone living with dementia, their carers, family and friends. No charge is made for these events.
We would appreciate, if possible, for you to contact us if you are planning on attending a session.
Cheshire Police appreciate that caring for people with dementia is challenging – and that planning ahead and keeping safe is really important. There is often a risk that people living with dementia can at some point start to ‘walk about’. While this may only be into the garden or street and returning a short time later, some people can get lost and go missing. This can lead to feelings of confusion, fear and vulnerability for individuals and their families, particularly at night time or during times of extreme weather.
The HERBERT PROTOCOL is a form that carers, family or friends of a vulnerable person can fill in.
It contains a list of information to help the police if the person goes missing, including:
Keeping a completed form saves the worry of trying to recall the information during the stressful time of someone going missing. It also saves time for the police, allowing the search to start sooner.