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Living better together with dementia

We support people across Manchester and North Trafford to live positively with dementia. 

Our services include Friendship & Activity groups, social outings, short-term carer respite and free carer training for family care partners.

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For an annual payment of £25.00, our Supporters can enable people living with Dementia and their loved ones access much needed support, advice, guidance and social activities. 

You will receive a bi-annual newsletter keeping you up to date with all things Together Dementia Support, as well as an invite to our Annual Showcase where you can meet the members your generosity directly benefits. 

  • A Carers' Walking Group  - monthly on the second Thursday of the month, 6pm at Alexandra Park, Whalley Range. Come along! 

  • A Carers' Discussion Session - monthly on the first Tuesday of the month, 7pm via Zoom. 

  • A lending library of books, magazines and fact sheets.

  • Opportunities for carers to attend groups and meet, socialise and learn from other carers.

  • A Carers' Training Course - 5 interactive sessions, covering all aspects of life with, and how to care for, someone with Dementia

  • Opportunities for carers to get involved in campaigns or speaking opportunities, teaching professionals what caring for people with Dementia is like.

Leaving a Legacy

It never feels like the right time to talk about writing a Will or discussing legacy donations. 

  • We can also refer you for counselling, provided by Age UK Manchester or the Trafford Carers' Centre

  • Occasional trips out, either with your relative or just with carers.

  • Monthly e-Bulletins  with news and information, and both public and closed Facebook groups for you to meet others and share experiences.

  • When we have funding, we will re-start a subsidised massage service at Kath Locke Centre in Moss side - and at other venues in north and south Manchester.

  • We can also refer you for counselling, provided by Age UK Manchester or the Trafford Carers' Centre

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