The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) summarizes that People living with dementia (and their families) currently find it difficult to get information, advice and support about their diagnosis, and access to available services throughout their life with dementia, our aim is to make this less difficult.
Dementia Support Services provides support, education and motivation in order to help people live well with a dementia. You can book a consultation with Lisa an expert clinician who has over a decade of experience in dementia care. The 40 minute zoom session can offer advice on post diagnostic support, signposting and recommendations on how to manage challenging situations, you may just benefit from talking to someone!
Advice and support given by a health professional with over a decade of experience in dementia care.
There is strong evidence from research to show that support groups for care givers and the cared for, facilitated by professionals, is effective and has many benefits, including;
Through funding from the Arts Council, Dementia Support Services and Musical Walkabout are providing free staff training for health and social care professionals working in dementia care, designing and implementing creative care plans
Free music and wellbeing groups for young people living with a dementia, families and care givers.
Free music and well being groups for family and those in a care giving role to promote creative expression and independent time.