Trained in dementia care and in raising awareness of dementia within the community, offers emotional support and guidance to those recently diagnosed.
We offer specialist dementia care by trained staff and provide a peer support network for people living with dementia and their family members.
Memory Box Sessions
Delivered at Sheltered Housing Schemes as part of a Winter Survival Programme, includes lunch and a movie with sharing of memories.
Tea House Reminiscence®
Has been expanded from Memory Box and developed to enhance wellbeing and engagement through culturally specific social activities. Sessions include a traditional lunch and consist of:
LIVERPOOL CHINESE DEMENTIA NETWORK
The Network is a peer support group for people living with dementia or mild cognitive impairment and their carers. Chinese Wellbeing is currently developing a post diagnostic support service to meet the needs of the local Chinese community with input and guidance from Network members. Facilitated by experienced dementia champions, the Network provides an opportunity to share lived experiences, receive information and advice on support services, and engage in a variety of stimulating activities including memory box work, reminiscence and light exercise.
The Network is open to attend on the last Monday of every month at St Michaels Church in the City, Upper Pitt Street, please contact Angel or Julie on 0151 709 2643 for further information.
British Gymnastics Foundation Love to Move
Love to Move is a chair based age and dementia friendly gymnastics exercise programme developed by the British Gymnastics Foundation.
We have a member of the team who are fully trained to deliver this unique programme. The movements used during Love to Move exercises help to develop coordination, balance, core strength and flexibility in a fun way. Please contact Julie Lo on 0151 709 2643.
For more information visit: www.britishgymnasticsfoundation.org