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Dementia and Alzheimers Support

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Senior Home Solutions - A building company adapting homes for people living  with parkinson's disease, dementia and age related challenges Huntingdonshire Dementia Action Alliance  - Dementia Action Alliance brings together leading organisations across England committed to transforming health and social care outcomes for people affected by dementia. Dementia Action Alliance captures and promotes best practice, enabling it to benefit many more people. They do this through member Action Plans. These are made public on their website. Members come together to share best practice and learn about the latest trends and innovations from across health and social care. We enable this through our events programme that includes roundtables, conferences and webinars. Members come together to influence system-wide change and campaign on major issues within health and social care affecting people living with dementia. 


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The Cambridgeshire Alzheimer's Society provides:

    • Enhanced support for carers with health problems, facing crisis, or caring for someone with delirium – in this service we offer intense support to help carers to cope in difficult situations. We will call every day if needed, make referrals, suggest strategies that might help and provide a listening ear. To refer anyone to this service please call 01223 620962 or email us on Cambridgeshiredementia@alzheimers.org.uk
    • Virtual peer support groups for carers and people with Dementia. Throughout this winter/covid period we have a specialist groups for carers with health issues, a general carers group, a group of young onset patients and carers, and a group for people with dementia. Our aim is to reduce isolation during this period. To refer to the groups please email us on Cambridgeshiredementia@alzheimers.org.uk  or call 01223 620962


Alzheimers society logo Dementia Support Service Cambridgeshire - The Alzheimer's Society dementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help you understand dementia, cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future. They offer information to people who are worried about their memory and ongoing support to people affected by dementia face to face, over the phone or in writing. 


Senior Home Solutions - A building company adapting homes for people living  with parkinson's disease, dementia and age related challenges Peterborough Dementia Action Alliance Dementia Action Alliance brings together leading organisations across England committed to transforming health and social care outcomes for people affected by dementia. Dementia Action Alliance captures and promotes best practice, enabling it to benefit many more people. They do this through member Action Plans. These are made public on their website. Members come together to share best practice and learn about the latest trends and innovations from across health and social care. We enable this through our events programme that includes roundtables, conferences and webinars. Members come together to influence system-wide change and campaign on major issues within health and social care affecting people living with dementia.


Love to Move - Love to Move is a seated exercise and movement programme, packed with fun, music and laughter and specially designed to help improve the fitness of mind and body. This exercise programme is unique in the UK and proven to have significant physical, emotional and cognitive benefits for all participants, particularly those living with dementia. Each session lasts one hour and is delivered by an experienced and enthusiastic tutor.


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A Dementia Café is a café that people suffering with dementia can visit and be social, along with their friends, families and carers. The cafés are relaxed are give people the opportunity to talk with staff and other people about dementia whilst having a cup of tea and cake. Some cafés host regular talks by a range of local services who promote wellbeing and safety.

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