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Cuppa Club Memory Café

The Point in Eastleigh welcomes you for a warm welcome in a safe, non-judgemental and friendly space. Each month’s memory café is open to people affected by dementia and their relatives, friends and carers, as well as anyone of ‘a certain age’ who’d like to join them for a sociable afternoon.

Come and try out some relaxing craft activities and puzzles, order a drink or snack from our cafe bar and enjoy the chance to have a good old-fashioned natter in good company.

No need to book just turn up and join in!

Dementia Friends Information Session

A 1-hour Dementia Friends session delivered by an Alzheimer’s Society Ambassador teaches about dementia, its impact, and how to support those affected.

There will also be other local services on hand to tell you about their Dementia friendly initiatives and what support they can offer.

Refreshments and plenty of free parking

Attendees on the day include Alzheimer’s Society Ambassador; Local Adult Social Prescribers; Hampshire Carer Support and Dementia Advice Service; The Blue Lamp Trust; Charlotte Pragnell Reflexologist and Cllr Adeel Shah.

 

Sunflower Cafe, Bordon

Hosted by Right at Home and Andover Mind, offering a friendly welcome to those with dementia, their carers and loved ones. Join is for a cuppa and cake. We have a variety of activities for people to enjoy, such as quizzes, music, bingo, art, crafts, speakers and outings with an opportunity to gather information and support.

This is a free event but booking is required. Please call 01420 481716.

 

Dementia Action Week – Social Afternoon

Hosted by Basingstoke Discovery Centre, you are invited to join Dementia Support Hampshire & IOW for a social afternoon and refreshments. Activities will include, arts & crafts, dominoes, rummikub, reminiscence, and the chance to meet others living with dementia in your local area.

No need to book, just turn up and join in!

Creative Memory Café

Hosted by The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre in Havant, this is a gentle creative and remembrance session for people living with dementia and their carers. Our Creative Memory Café sessions are supported by Home Instead Havant.

Our monthly Memory Cafes are a chance for people living with dementia and their carers to relax, enjoy a cup of tea and take part in some gentle creative activities. Led by facilitator and puppet maker Polly Beestone, these sessions are a way to explore, communicate and connect through themed sessions that use colours, sounds and materials.

This is a free event but please book your space by contacting The Spring direct via the contact detail below.

Creative Memory Café

Hosted by The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre in Havant, this is a gentle creative and remembrance session for people living with dementia and their carers. Our Creative Memory Café sessions are supported by Home Instead Havant.

Our monthly Memory Cafes are a chance for people living with dementia and their carers to relax, enjoy a cup of tea and take part in some gentle creative activities. Led by facilitator and puppet maker Polly Beestone, these sessions are a way to explore, communicate and connect through themed sessions that use colours, sounds and materials.

This is a free event but please book your space by contacting The Spring direct via the contact detail below.

Creative Memory Café

Hosted by The Spring Arts & Heritage Centre in Havant, this is a gentle creative and remembrance session for people living with dementia and their carers. Our Creative Memory Café sessions are supported by Home Instead Havant.

Our monthly Memory Cafes are a chance for people living with dementia and their carers to relax, enjoy a cup of tea and take part in some gentle creative activities. Led by facilitator and puppet maker Polly Beestone, these sessions are a way to explore, communicate and connect through themed sessions that use colours, sounds and materials.

This is a free event but please book your space by contacting The Spring direct via the contact detail below.

The Memory Choir

Join  The Memory Choir at Portsdown View Care Home with a mission to improve quality of life for all those living with dementia.

Choir sessions are on the second Thursday of every month from 2-3pm at Portsdown View Care Home and open to non-residents to attend.

An opportunity to forge new friendships through the wonders of singing.

The Memory Choir (TMC) is a socially responsible organisation with the aim of enhancing the wellbeing of people living with dementia through group singing.

Please call 02392 001706 to book a place on the date you would like to attend.

National Dementia Week Tea Dance

You are invited to join Bluebird Care for a Dementia Action Week Tea Dance!

There will be live music, a Raffle in aid of Dementia Support Hampshire & IOW and lots of fun.

With the help of Bluebird Care staff and volunteers we hope to make it a memorable afternoon.

The event is free to attend, but please book your seat as space is limited.

Please RSVP below.

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Walk for Dementia – Warsash

Join Dementia Support Hampshire & IOW on Sunday 8th September at Warsash Harbour for our annual Walk for Dementia fundraiser.

Get your friends and family together for a leisurely Sunday stroll along the River Hamble whilst raising money to help people living with dementia in your local community.

There are seven walks to choose from, from 0.5k – 12k, depending on your ability and preference. Our 0.5k walk is wheelchair and pushchair friendly, so there is a walk for everyone. You walk (or run if you feel particularly energetic!) at your own pace with your family and friends.

You can choose to ‘Just Walk’ which is free to sign up, you just need to fundraise.

Or you can choose a premium ticket which includes a t-shirt and medal, or a standard ticket which includes a medal.

Please book your place below. Once you have booked we will send you a sponsorship form and a link to join our Just Giving campaign.

We look forward to seeing you there!