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Together at Home

Regular home visits for people living with dementia in Manchester & North Trafford

If you or someone you know is living with dementia, we may be able to help

Our Together at Home service allows people living with dementia who are unable to attend our groups the opportunity to take part in social activities, creative activities and gentle exercise.


There are a range of reasons why a person may not be suitable for group-based support, and TDS strives to ensure that every person referred to us has the opportunity to access our support to enable them and their carers to live positively with dementia. 

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What is Together at Home?

Together at Home matches trained volunteers with a person living with dementia in their local community who they will phone or visit at home once a week to take part in a range of different at-home activities.  

- Creative Activities -

- Gentle Exercise -

- Skills Maintenance -

- Trying New Things -

- Making New Friends -

What does a Together at Home

session look like?


A Social Call

A cup of tea, a chat with a friend, watching some TV or listening to radio - whatever you would like to do! 

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A Local Walk

Around the block, a visit to the shops or a ramble around your local park.

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Creative Activities

Arts, crafts, cognitive and strategy games - whatever you prefer! Making and playing are important for skills maintenance.

Sessions are usually 1.5 hours long

A session can be anywhere between 30 minutes or 2 hours,

depending on the person being visited and what they would like to do. 

Pricing & Payments

Together @ Home is priced at £18.00 per session

Pay by Direct Debit and receive a whole month FREE!

Set up your Direct Debit for the weekly or fortnightly sessions you agreed with your Together at Home Visitor, and your one month discount will be split over the year.

If you are part of our Together at Home service and need to set up your Direct Debit, you can click here to do so.

How do I refer myself or a loved one
for Together at Home?

Start a new referral

If you've never accessed our services before, you will need to submit a New Referral Form.

You can find out more about our referral process and access the New Referral form by clicking here.

Already known to us? 

If you are currently using any of our services or have already been referred to us, you can ask your Dementia Support Co-ordinator to refer you. 

Next time you speak to them, as them about making an Internal Referral to Together at Home on your behalf.

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