A dementia carer is anybody who is actively involved with supporting someone living with any of the many types of dementia, This could be a husband, wife, brother, sister or other family member. The carer may not even be a family member but a friend or neighbour.

What issues do dementia carers face?

Dementia often gives rise to a mixture of physical and emotional issues. These can vary in time with the progress of the condition. Other pressures on the life of carer may also be involved because of their caring role

How can we support you?

This care is vital for the individuals involved.

We have experienced staff ready to support the carer – that help may be as listening ear, guiding those involved through the systems and processes that care provision requires. We can help signpost individual to support in their local area and help make those vital contacts with other agencies that can help. We can help with maintaining contacts between carers and to facilitate peer group support .

Where appropriate we can help with carers assessment. Issue “Carers Cards”, and so much more…




Dementia Peer Support Group



It is good getting more information and meeting other people who are carers

Gathering information and support

Meeting people and gaining knowledge of help available

Helping with solving problems and being with people in the same position as myself

I felt very alone following my husbands discharge from the memory clinic but being in this group it has helped

Knowing that there are other people in the same position as me.  The people are friendly and not afraid to discuss their situations.  I have been pleased with the information given by the group


Dementia Peer Support Group for Carers


Hearing others experiences and being able to share my own is helping

This was my first visit and I found the group friendly, the information great and I would definitely continue to attend.


Dementia Peer Support Group for Carers


Dementia Peer Support Group for Carers

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