We offer programmes designed specially for people living with dementia, both the person with the diagnosis and his or her care partner to enjoy together. Click here for more information.
We support family members, partners and friends with seminars, skill-building workshops and host community meetings and events. Click here for more information.
Researching and Evaluating Dementia Services and Programmes
We work with researchers to identify ways to improve the lives of people living with dementia. Together we have investigated improvements in nutrition and exercise as well as the benefits of museum engagement and learning. Click here for more information.
Working with Dementia
Alongside our work to support people living with dementia, we support health and social care professionals with resources and guidance. We share skills and techniques which focus on abilities while understanding the impact of dementia on both the person with the dementia diagnosis and his or her care partners. Click here to talk with us about what’s possible.
Talking about Dementia and What’s Possible
We talk about dementia as often and openly as possible. We believe that we need to be dementia-facing if we are to improve opportunities for those living with dementia. We speak at community events and to groups in our community to raise awareness of what’s possible and what we offer. We also speak at conferences and training events to highlight and share our work and the evidence behind it to colleagues and professionals. Click here to talk with us about what’s possible.
There is a variety of dementia-related resources available in Cambridgeshire but it can be hard to identify what is available and if it’s right for you. Our community calendar identifies events that support or include individuals living with a dementia, their care partners, family and friends as well as health and social care professionals. Click here to arrange an event posting.