Don't make the journey alone
Let us help you
Hearing the diagnosis of dementia for the first time can be daunting and overwhelming in itself, without the added information overload of knowing the next steps to take; whether that be making changes to your home, professional care or legal help.
You don’t have to make this journey alone, our team are here to help you make sense of all this information.
We have Dementia Advisors who are available to provide expert advice to help you along the way, support groups to help you connect with others, and stimulating activities to help the person living with dementia.
We are also in the process of opening a meeting centre which will support those with younger onset dementia.
How we can help you
Advice and Support
Carer Support Groups
Dementia Friendly Activities
Our advisors are available to provide advice and counselling.
We are happy to meet you in person at our offices, in your own home, or alternatively online.
If you don’t want to come alone, you can also bring someone with you for added support
We have a choice of free on-line Zoom, and in-person support groups available throughout each month. These are at various times and in different locations including daytime and evening meetings at comfortable locations including the Radisson hotel, Cooper’s coffee shop at Castle Quay, and the Green Goose café at Beaumont.
We offer a range of stimulating activities for those living with Dementia including Art, Swimming, Walking, Pétanque, Fun ‘n’ Games and Coffee ‘n’ Connect.
Our groups are very popular so do please contact us to check that we have spaces. For further information about the following activities, please contact our Volunteer and Activities Coordinator Susie Kelly
We provide educational talks and workshops on all aspects of dementia, which can be tailored to your requirements. These are aimed at raising awareness and increasing understanding, knowledge and support of the disease.
We hold monthly Dementia Friends sessions at the Jersey Library, and also provide Dementia Awareness sessions at businesses and schools.
Did you know?
Lack of knowledge about dementia leads to inaccurate assumptions about its effects on the person and their family and negative stereotypes about how a person with dementia will behave.