DementiaRoadmap Wales

Promoting living well with dementia across Wales

Local support

There are many local groups who provide specific support for people with dementia their family and carers.  Such organisations are more usually linked to social care or the voluntary sector.

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Resources

  • Dementia core skills education and training frameworkOctober 29 2015This framework published by Skills for Health, Health Education England and Skills for Care sets out the essential skills and knowledge necessary for all staff involved in dementia care.
  • The Daily SparkleFebruary 5 2016The Daily Sparkle is a professionally written daily and weekly reminiscence and activity tool supported by the UK's leading care organisations such as the NHS, AgeUK and DementiaUK.
  • Active Minds – dementia activity resourcesActive Minds produce a suite of activity products to assist people with dementia in leading active, engaging and fulfilling lives - enjoying activities that are meaningful to them.
  • Fulfilled Lives, Supportive Communities: A Strategy for Social Services in Wales over the next decadeFebruary 21 2007This strategy describes how modern accessible and responsive social services, delivered flexibly, consistently and sustainably across organisational boundaries will contribute to a better Wales and to improving the lives of its citizens.
  • National Dementia Vision for WalesSeptember 25 2011The National Dementia Vision for Wales sets the Welsh governmnet's vision to strengthen communities, creating a key resource for people affected by dementia at local and national level. The objective being that over time, building on local improvements from the grass roots up, a network of local dementia supportive communities will create a national dementia supportive community.
  • On the journey to becoming a dementia friendly organisationSeptember 3 2015This paper shares the lessons that have been learned through the Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s Dementia without Walls programme which started in June 2012 with a vision of making the UK a better place for people with dementia.
  • Support and care for people living with dementia from minority communitiesFebruary 24 2013This report outlines recommendations to improve support and care for people with dementia from minority communities in the North East.
  • Creating a dementia friendly workplace: A practical guide for employersApril 22 2015This guide published by the Alzheimer's Society is designed to help employers provide support for staff members with dementia. It may also be a useful resource for people living with, or affested by, dementia in the workplace.
  • Tailored resource for carers and care providers on supporting people to live well with dementiaSeptember 16 2015This resource published by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) highlights the key messages from 10 quality statements which form the quality standard for supporting people to live well with dementia and shows what they mean for carers and care providers.
  • Peer Support for People with Dementia: A social return on investment studyThis report published by the Health Innovation Network South London, the Academic Health Science Network for South London, outlines the findings of a study which demonstrated that the positive social value of peer support groups for people with dementia, their carers and volunteers can be far greater than the investment.
  • Evaluation of the Bradford Dementia Friendly Communities ProgrammeThis report published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation identifies the distinctive features of the Bradford Dementia Friendly Communities programme, and examines how people with dementia can influence what a Dementia Friendly Bradford should be like.
  • Evaluation of the York Dementia Friendly Communities ProgrammeSeptember 3 2015This report published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation identifies the distinctive features of the York Dementia Friendly Communities programme, which promotes a range of innovative projects. It looks at how people with dementia have been involved in shaping the programme.
  • How can we make our cities dementia friendly?This briefing paper published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation contributes to the emerging evidence base for Dementia friendly communities by drawing out the key messages from independent evaluations of their work programmes in Bradford and York.
  • Developing a national user movement of people with dementiaThis report published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation explores the learning from the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP), a national network that engages and empowers people with dementia to influence the services and policies that affect them.
  • Dementia 2013: The hidden voice of lonelinessApril 9 2013This report, published Alzheimer’s Society, reveals that nearly two thirds (62%) of more than 250,000 people with dementia who live on their own are lonely. This compares to just 24 per cent of over 55 year olds.
  • Prime Minister’s challenge on dementia 2020February 21 2015The Prime Minister recently launched the government’s five year vision for the future of dementia care, support and research, which follows on from the existing Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia, launched in March 2012.
  • New models of care for dementiaApril 9 2012This report proposes a new understanding of the dementia journey and a revised model of care for dementia, aimed at improving experiences and outcomes, and informing service redesign and commissioning.
  • Dementia Peer Support Resource PackApril 24 2015This resource pack, published by the Health Innovation Network, the Academic Health Science Network for South London, aims to promote and encourage more peer support opportunities for people with dementia.
  • What is dementia?April 2 2014This resource will help practitioners to understand that dementia is more than just difficulties with memory. Dementia is not a single disease but a term used to describe a group of symptoms.
  • QS30: Supporting people to live well with dementiaApril 3 2013This quality standard, published by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), covers the care and support of people with dementia.
  • Dementia does not discriminate – The experiences of black, Asian and minority ethnic communitiesJuly 2 2013This report, produced by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Dementia, looks at the experiences of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities in dealing with the condition.
  • Dementia FriendsFebruary 21 2013Dementia Friends is an Alzheimer’s Society initiative that aims to give a million people a better understanding of dementia by 2015.
  • Reading well books on prescription for dementiaFebruary 4 2015The Reading well books on prescription for dementia scheme is available in public libraries as part of a national library strategy to support the development of dementia-friendly communities and build understanding and awareness of the condition.
  • Dementia: A state of the nation report on dementia care and support in EnglandNovember 29 2013This report, published by the Department of Health, sets out what is known about dementia care, support and research. It highlights where improvements are being made and where improvements are needed.
  • The dementia guideFebruary 22 2014This guide produced by the Alzheimer's Society is for anyone who has recently been told they have dementia.
  • Blackfriars Consensus on promoting brain healthMay 3 2014The Blackfriars Consensus, published by the UK Health Forum and Public Health England, explores the potential for incorporation of dementia risk reduction into current approaches for non-communicable diseases.
  • Dementia Friendly Communities: New domains and global examplesMarch 20 2015This report, published by Alzheimer’s Disease International, highlights the emerging trend to create dementia-friendly communities as a global response against stigma in an effort to form more inclusive societies for people living with dementia.
  • CMG48: Support for commissioning of dementia careApril 3 2013This guidance produced by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) summarises the key commissioning issues and the resource impact that will arise from implementing improvements in the quality of care for people with dementia, in line with the statements and measures that comprise the NICE quality standards for dementia.
  • Putting dementia on the mapNovember 29 2013Putting dementia on the map published by the Department of Health draws on data and information about dementia health and care, dementia friendly communities and research.
  • Building dementia-friendly communities: A priority for everyoneSeptember 3 2013This report, published by the Alzheimer's Society, explores evidence from people with dementia about their experiences of living in their community and the ten key things they would like to see in a dementia-friendly community.
  • Befriending works: building resilience in local communitiesNovember 12 2010This report published by the Mentoring and Befriending Foundation provides an overview of how befriending can contribute to improving the health and well-being outcomes of vulnerable people at risk of social isolation or exclusion from mainstream society.
  • Good to go: A guide to dementia-friendly days outApril 28 2015This handbook published by Care UK aims to support carers relatives and friends who want to enjoy a variety of outings and trips with someone living with dementia.
  • Turning up the volume: unheard voices of people with dementiaJanuary 23 2018This report published by the Alzheimer’s Society brings together views of more than 3,500 people with dementia, carers and the public on what it is like to live with dementia. It provides an insight into the gap between the things that people living with dementia need to live well and their day-to-day reality.
  • Dementia ConnectApril 26 2018Dementia Connect is Alzheimer's Society's comprehensive services directory for people affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
  • Dewis CymruApril 27 2018Dewis Cymru is a website that provides information and advice about well-being. In addition to health information, Dewis Cymru provides information about people and services in your area that can help you with the things that matter to you.
  • How living with dementia could beJanuary 18 2017This short animated video highlights how living with dementia could be through the 'well pathway for dementia'. It shows the importance of a holistic partnership approach to supporting the person with dementia, their families and carers within local community settings.
  • Disabled Bus PassFebruary 28 2019If you are no longer able to drive on medical grounds, you can apply for a free bus pass from the local council to get around.
  • Dementia Friends – bookcase analogyOctober 16 2018In this film Natalie Rodriguez, Dementia Friends Champion, uses a bookcase analogy to describe how dementia may affect a person. This simple explanation, orginally devised by Dr Gemma Jones, can be helpful for Dementia Friends Champions to explain dementia to others.
  • The Royal British Legion – Admiral Nurse ServiceApril 24 2019The Royal British Legion Admiral Nurses offers specialist support, information and advice to the carers of people with dementia. It is available to anyone who has served in the British Armed Forces their family and carers.
  • CEA Cinema CardMarch 7 2019The CEA Card is a national card scheme developed for UK cinemas by the UK Cinema Association (UKCA). The Card enables a disabled cinema guest to receive a complimentary ticket for someone to go with them when they visit a participating cinema.  
  • Home Safety House Check by South Wales Fire and Rescue ServiceApril 18 2019South Wales Fire and Rescue offer you the opportunity to have a FREE Safe and Well visit in your home. This will be carried out by firefighters from your local Fire Station and their Home Safety Team. The visit takes about 30 minutes and they will provide and install free smoke alarms, heat detectors and carbon monoxide alarms where risk is identified. Alarms for people who are Deaf or hard of hearing are also available.
  • Disabled Person’s RailcardMarch 28 2019The Disabled Persons Railcard is for people with a disability that makes travelling by train difficult. It entitles you to qualify for 1/3 off rail fares for you and a companion travelling with you.
  • Memory BagsSeptember 25 2019Memory bags are FREE to borrow from Torfaen libraries and are loaned for 3 weeks. There are ten themes to choose from. Memory bags contain a variety of items to be shared and enjoyed. For instance, listen to music or watch a film together; look ...
  • Library Carers Card & Library at Home ServiceIf you are a carer for someone who loves to read but is unable to visit the library due to ill health or disability, you can apply for a carers card to enable you to borrow a total of 50 items for yourself and the ...
  • Priority Services RegisterOctober 11 2019Did you know that every gas, water and electricity supplier – the companies you pay your bills to, and your electricity distribution network, has what’s called a Priority Services Register (PSR)? The Priority Services Register (PSR) is a free service offered throughout the energy industry available to domestic customers across England, Wales and Scotland. Through the PSR, eligible customers can receive additional services in relation to their communication, access and safety needs.
  • Caring for someone with dementiaNovember 20 2019Caring for someone with dementia is a comprehensive booklet published by Age UK, whose network includes Age Cymru in Wales.
  • Dementia Action Plan for Wales 2018 – 2022The Welsh government have adopted the Dementia Action Plan for Wales 2018 - 2022, with Vaughan Gething, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Services, stating that,  "Our vision is for Wales to be a dementia friendly nation that recognises the rights of people with dementia to feel valued and to live as independently as possible in their communities."
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Groups

  • Torfaen Carers CentreThe centre offers support to carers within the community and also runs specific groupsCrane Street, Pontypool NP4 6LY, United Kingdom01495 753838
  • Information and Advice (Widdershins Centre)Age Connects Torfaen provides a free independent and confidential Information and Advice service to older people in the area. Age Connects Torfaen, Widdershins Centre, East Avenue, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5AB01495 769264https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org/
  • Torfaen Community TransportTorfaen Community Transport provides door-to-door transport from people's homes in Torfaen to destinations of their choice.32 Gwent Square, Cwmbran, NP44 1PL01633 874686
  • Widdershins Lunch ClubWiddershins Lunch Club is one of six community hubs in Torfaen run as part of Age Connects Torfaen's Friends For Life befriending project.Age Connects Torfaen, Widdershins Centre, East Avenue, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5AB01495 769264https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org/
  • Llanyravon dementia cafeThe Llanyravon dementia cafe provides information about living with dementia and other services available locally in an informal and comfortable environment.Llanyravon Methodist Church, Llanyravon Way, Llanyravon, Cwmbran, NP44 8RA01495 768744
  • Griffithstown dementia cafeThe Griffithstown dementia cafe provides information about living with dementia and other services available locally in an informal and comfortable environmentSt Hilda's Church, 2 Kemys Street, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5DT01495 768627
  • Torfaen social group for younger people living with dementiaTorfaen social group gives younger people living with dementia the opportunity to take part in structured activities.The Little Crown Inn, Elled Road, Wainfelin, Pontypool, NP4 6DR01495 768744
  • Torfaen floating support serviceAge Connects Torfaen provide a free floating support service which offers a wide ranging support to older people to help them remain independent. Age Connects Torfaen, Widdershins Centre, East Avenue, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5AB01495 769264https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org/
  • Pontnewynydd Lunch ClubPontnewynydd Lunch Club is one of six community hubs in Torfaen run as part of Age Connects Torfaen's Friends For Life befriending project.Pontnewynydd Community Centre, Zion Hill, Pontnewynydd, Torfaen, NP4 6SA01495 769264https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org.uk
  • Torfaen care and repairTorfaen care and repair provide a free comprehensive home improvement and advisory service to older and disabled people living in Torfaen to help them remain in their own homes in greater comfort warmth and security.Ty'r Felin, Lower Mill Field, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 0XJ01495 745936https://www.careandrepair.org.uk/care-and-repair-agencies/torfaen/
  • Torfaen men’s clubAge Connects Torfaen run a dedicated men only group who meet the second Wednesday of the month. The group meet for a home cooked meal and then take part in a range of activities.Age Connects Torfaen, Widdershins Centre, East Avenue, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5AB01495 769264https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org/
  • Extend ExerciseExtend Exercise provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. The aim of the class is to promote health increase mobility and independence improve strength co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation.Age Connects Torfaen, Widdershins Centre, East Avenue, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5AB01495 769264https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org/
  • Croesyceiliog Lunch ClubCroesyceiliog Lunch Club is one of six community hubs in Torfaen run as part of Age Connects Torfaen's Friends For Life befriending project.St Mary's Church, Bryn Eglwys Croesyceiliog, Cwmbran, NP44 2LF01495 769264https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org/
  • Help at HomeAge Connects Torfaen Help at Home service can offer help around the home such as cleaning, shopping and accompanying people to appointments.Age Connects Torfaen, Widdershins Centre, East Avenue, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5AB01495 774455https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org/
  • Torfaen dementia day careTorfaen dementia day care and support service provides care and support in a safe and comfortable group setting.Ty Nant Ddu Day Centre, Hospital Road, Pontnewynydd, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 8LE01495 221532
  • Torfaen information and advice serviceAge Connects Torfaen provides a free independent and confidential information and advice service to older people in the area.Age Connects Torfaen, Widdershins Centre, East Avenue, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5AB01495 774455https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org/
  • Torfaen Nordic walking groupNordic Walking is an enhanced walking experience that uses poles to work your upper body as well as your legs. Our qualified instructor carefully plans the route taking in the beautiful scenery that Torfaen has to offer.Age Connects Torfaen, Widdershins Centre, East Avenue, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5AB01495 769264https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org/
  • Torfaen friendship groupTorfaen friendship group offers people the opportunity to meet up with friends or meet new people with an morning of chat refreshments and activities.Age Connects Torfaen, Widdershins Centre, East Avenue, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5AB01495 774455https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org/
  • SewingAge Connects Torfaen run a weekly sewing class suitable for all abilities.Age Connects Torfaen, Widdershins Centre, East Avenue, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5AB01495 769264https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org/
  • Torfaen befriending serviceTorfaen befriending service offers companionship and support and helps people carry on doing the things they enjoy or to try new activities.Ty Siriol County Hospital, Coed Y Gric Road, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5YA01633 665110
  • Torfaen dementia day serviceAge Connects Torfaen provide a day specialist dementia day service offering support and providing activities and care in a stimulating environment.Age Connects Torfaen, Widdershins Centre, East Avenue, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5AB01495 769264https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org/
  • Torfaen medication prompting serviceCrossroads Care South East Wales - Medication Prompting provide trained carer support workers to help people with dementia to take their medication.Ty Siriol County Hospital, Coed Y Gric Road, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5YA01495 769996https://www.carers.org
  • Community support serviceThe community support service provided by the Alzheimer's Society Torfaen is for people with dementia who need support to carry on doing the things they enjoy or to try new activities.Ty Siriol County Hospital, Coed Y Gric Road, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5YA01495 768627
  • Torfaen advocacy serviceTorfaen advocacy service supports people to understand their rights and express their views. Advocates use their expertise to empower people to make informed choices and decisions.Ty Siriol County Hospital, Coed Y Gric Road, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5YA01495 221393
  • New Inn Lunch ClubNew Inn Lunch Club is one of six community hubs in Torfaen run as part of Age Connects Torfaen's Friends For Life befriending project.The Hwy New Inn, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 0PH01495 769264https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org/
  • Abersychan Lunch ClubAbersychan Lunch Club is one of six community hubs in Torfaen run as part of Age Connects Torfaen's Friends For Life befriending project.Age Connects Torfaen, Widdershins Centre, East Avenue, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5AB01495 769264https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org/
  • Torfaen art groupAlzheimer's Society in Torfaen run a weekly art group for people living with dementia.Llantarnum Grange, St. Davids Road, Cwmbran, NP44 1PD01495 768744
  • Torfaen personal care serviceCrossroads Care South East Wales provide trained support workers to help people to maintain their physical psychological and emotional well-being.Ty Siriol County Hospital, Coed Y Gric Road, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5YA01495 769996https://www.carers.org
  • Aneurin Bevan University Health BoardAneurin Bevan University Health Board covers the areas of Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport, Torfaen and South Powys. It serves an estimated population of over 639,000, approximately 21% of the total Welsh population.St Cadoc's Hospital, Lodge Road, Caerleon, Newport, Wales, NP18 3XQ01873 732732https://www.aneurinbevanhb.wales.nhs.uk/
  • Torfaen food and drink serviceCrossroads Care South East Wales provide trained carer support workers to help with the preparation re-heating serving and feeding of food.Ty Siriol County Hospital, Coed Y Gric Road, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5YA01495 769996https://www.carers.org
  • Alzheimer’s Society WalesAlzheimer’s Society is the leading care and research charity for people with dementia their families and carers. The Alzheimer's Society Wales provides a wide range of services to support people living with dementia and their carers.16 Columbus Walk, Atlantic Wharf, Cardiff, CF10 4BY02920 480593https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/site/scripts/documents.php?categoryID=200139
  • Check CallsCrossroads Care South East Wales can provide check calls in order to ensure that any person living with dementia is safe has supplies and has contact with someone during the day.Ty Siriol County Hospital, Coed Y Gric Road, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5YA01495 769996https://www.carers.org
  • Arts and crafts groupAge Connects Torfaen run a weekly arts and crafts class suitable for people of all abilities.Age Connects Torfaen, Widdershins Centre, East Avenue, Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, NP4 5AB01495 769264https://www.ageconnectstorfaen.org/
  • Dementia AdventureDementia Adventure is a charity dedicated to bringing the benefits of nature based activities and adventures into the lives of more people living with dementia. Unit 11, Old Park Farm, Main Road, Ford End, Essex, CM3 1LN01245 237548 https://www.dementiaadventure.co.uk/
  • The ExtraCare Charitable TrustThe ExtraCare Charitable Trust ia a not for profit developer and operator of ExtraCare Villages and Housing schemes which has retirement villages and housing schemes across the Midlands and North. ExtraCare's award-winning Enriched Opportunities Programme® (EOP) supports residents with dementia and dementia-related conditions.7 Harry Weston Road, Binley Business Park, Coventry, CV3 2SN024 7650 6011https://www.extracare.org.uk
  • Alzheimer’s SocietyAlzheimer's Society is a membership organisation, which works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.Devon House, 58 St Katharine's Way, London, E1W 1LB020 7423 3500https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/
  • The Reader OrganisationThe Reader Organisation is a charitable social enterprise working to connect people with literature through shared reading. The older people and dementia work programme uses shared reading to improve quality of life and care for people living with dementia and their carers.Calderstones Mansion House, Calderstones Park, Liverpool, L18 3JB0151 729 2200https://www.thereader.org.uk/
  • Dementia Services Development CentreThe Dementia Services Development Centre is an international centre of knowledge and expertise dedicated to improving the lives of people with dementia.Iris Murdoch Building, University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA, Scotland01786 467740https://www.dementia.stir.ac.uk
  • Sporting Memories NetworkThe Sporting Memories Network, also known as Replay, is a national charity which promotes the use of sporting memories to improve the wellbeing of older people and to tackle dementia, depression and social isolation.Orchard House, Long Street, Topcliffe. North Yorkshire, YO7 3RLhttps://sportingmemoriesnetwork.com
  • The Reading AgencyThe Reading Agency is a charity working to inspire more people to read more, encourage them to share their enjoyment of reading and celebrate the difference that reading makes to all our lives. Free Word Centre, 60 Farringdon Road, London, EC1R 3GA0207 324 2544https://readingagency.org.uk/
  • Arts 4 DementiaArts 4 Dementia helps develop activities at arts venues to re-energise and inspire people in the early stages of dementia and their carers. The Music Base, King's Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG020 7520 1492https://www.arts4dementia.org.uk/
  • Ladder to the MoonLadder to the Moon provides workforce and service development that enables health and care organisations to develop active, creative, vibrant care services. It uses approaches that incorporate creativity and the arts, and involve staff, older people living with dementia and other long-term conditions, and the wider community.Studio 522, Highgate Studios, 53-79 Highgate Road, London, NW5 1TL0203 784 9649https://www.laddertothemoon.co.uk
  • Art Group Torfaen Younger PeopleThis is for People with Dementia diagnosed under 65 and their Carers, family and Friends Residents of Torfaen Available weekly on Thursdays 10 am till 12 pm Our skill or interest based activity group can give you the opportunity to take part in a fun, ...Llantarnam Grange, Cwmbran, UK01495 768744
  • ThriveThrive is the leading charity in the UK using gardening to change the lives of disabled people. Thrive run structured programmes of activities for people with dementia which focus on positive reminiscence, re-connecting with others including friends and family and gentle appropriate exercise and cognitive stimulationThe Geoffrey Udall Centre, Beech Hill, Reading, Berkshire, RG7 2AT0118 988 5688https://www.thrive.org.uk/
  • Activity GroupThis group is for people with Dementia, carers, family and friends. It is run by Karina and also Volunteers and Facilitators. It  is held Every Thursday at 10:00 am until 12:45 pm It will be held at; Llanyrafon Methodist Church NP44 8RA  07484088981
  • Young onset dementia groupThe Young onset dementia group provides a relaxed and friendly environment for people with a cognitive impairment or young early onset dementia to socialise and take part in activities. We meet every Monday 12.15-3.15pm and Wednesday 10.30-2.30pm01495 769264
  • Monmouthshire Tea DanceThe Monmouth Intergenerational Tea Dance intends to bring together a wide range of people from the community, mostly older people including people with dementia and frailty plus their carers. A qualified dance instructor leads an hour of dancing, followed by refreshments and socialising.Bridges Centre, Drybridge Street, Monmouth, UK 01600 715638http://www.bridgescommunity.org.uk/
  • “Zest for Life” – Young Onset Dementia ServiceWe are a supportive group for younger individuals. Suitable for those living with young onset dementia or cognitive impairment. We welcome individuals and carers across Gwent. Weekly Friday drop-in groupWiddershins Centre, East Ave, Griffithstown, Pontypool NP4 5AB01495 769264
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