Join Red Rose Forest for indoor and outdoor nature based activities, all abilities welcome to join in and have a go.Sessions take place every other Tuesday at Cleavley's Athletics Track Clubhouse, Eccles.Mount Chapel Champions support group for people with early onset dementia and their carers meets every Monday from 1-3pm at Mount Chapel Church, 32 Eccles Old Road (at the corner of Langworthy Road) M6 7AF.Recently diagnosed patients are invited to continue to meet together to build on friendships and support one another.The carers would be in control of how they would like to see the group evolve.
National Helpline - Tel: 0303 3033 100 Email: [email protected] Website: 6th Floor Stroke Association, Salford M6 5FN Emotional support - Training - Information – Advice on money and benefits – Carers breaks – Advocacy - Pamper service including nails, reflexology, massage and beauty – Emergency planning – Home visits – Phone support Information and advice – One-to-one support – Home visits – Advocacy – Benefits advice – Young carers wellbeing – Work with schools and colleges – Support for young people moving into education, employment and training As part of the open doors project, there is a Dementia Café held every other Tuesday 1pm – 3pm at Woodlands Hospital. Are you interested in how we can support you to live well with dementia in Salford?
Christopher Davidson, Nurse Specialist in Dementia at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust, is running a number of learning sessions for carers of people living with dementia. Contact: The Dementia Support Group, Carers Resource, Thicketford Centre, Bolton, BL2 2LW Tel: 01204 386696 or email: [email protected] Contacts: Making Space Carer Support Worker Laurent Fernandez-Moreno J2 Ward Room 35, Royal Bolton Hospital, Minerva Road, Farnworth, Bolton, Lancashire, BL4 0JR Tel: 01204 390 744 or Email: Laurent.
[email protected] Making Space Carer Support Worker Mike Winstanley Bentley House CMHT, Viking Works, Weston Street, Bolton, BL3 2RX Tel: 01204 544 640 or Email: Mike.
All relatives of patients are informed about this and it is also open to carers in the community. This is available for carers if the cared for person is on the inpatient ward. As a member of the Dementia Champions Group you will meet new people, find out what is going on, share experiences, and be instrumental in influencing the development of dementia friendly communities in Salford.
A new project for people living with dementia, their families and carers.