Welcome to

Dementia Club UK

People with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia are welcome to attend with their carers, friends and families and we also welcome those who have lost someone with dementia and are now lonely. Dementia Club UK provides people with another lifeline, giving care and support, professional advice, fun activities daily and above all Hope.

Dementia Club UK

What We Do

We run several dementia club sessions in various locations. Details of all the venues and session dates can be found on our programme.

Each session aims to provide you with professional advice and information, gentle exercise to music and fun activities in a social atmosphere with cups of tea/coffee and lovely cakes.

Various speakers will attend the sessions and we also have a GP who volunteers their time and attends most sessions. Our GP takes blood pressures and also answers any medical concerns.

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Our Zoom Sessions

We run a Carers Group Meeting every week on Tuesday in the evening from 7pm to 8.30pm. Please see our Programme and get in Touch with Lisa if you would like to receive the Zoom joining links.

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Why Dementia Club UK

Dementia Club UK goes above and beyond to provide help and support to those living with dementia and also their carers and families to put smiles on their faces and give them a better quality of life.

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Our Upcoming & Recent Events

Forget me Not WFC launch – Barnet Copthall – 21 Nov 2023

The launch of the ‘Forget Me Not Football’ dementia club was a great success today on Tuesday 21st November 2023. We...

Over 55’s Advice & Information Fayre

A Dementia Club UK stall was at the "Over 55's Advice & Information Fayre" today at St Paul's Church Centre, Long...

Understanding Dementia & Prevention Strategies

Video: A Typical Dementia Club Session

If you are a carer & would like to download our ‘Getting to know me form’ click here.

The getting to know me form is a tool to help health and social care professionals to get to know more about the person they are caring for. It helps to reduce the stress from the family knowing that the best care is provided tailored to the persons needs.

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