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  • Age UK Teesside - Better Health Better Wealth Service

    Offers FREE one-one support to individuals aged 65 and over and living in the Stockton Borough area.    Our service offers tailored support to meet your individual needs and provides a range of services including: Advice and information Befriending Service Support to maximise the correct welfare…
  • Billingham Buddies

    Every Thursday 13:30-15:30
    Every Thursday 1.00pm - 2.30pm, Masonic Hall, Mill Lane, Billingham Billingham Buddies is a social group for people living with dementia and their carers. The group will provide the opportunity to socialise and chat with others, share experiences and take part in activities and quizzes…
  • Books on Prescription - Dementia

    25 books that provide support and advice for people with dementia and their carers. Health professionals can use the list to prescribe books to their patients and the titles can be loaned from a number of local libraries and the LiveWell Dementia Hub. For further…
  • The Buddi System

    The Buddi Device is a GPS tracker designed to help people with dementia and Alzheimers disease. The buddy system features an alert button which, when pressed allows the wearer to contact and speak to the parks on-site securty team. It can also find a persons location…
  • Carers Information Course

    The programme aims to be responsive to the individual needs and questions of those attending the sessions however it is anticipated that the course will cover a number of key topics including: What is dementia and how can it affect the person you are caring…
  • Cognitive Stimulation Therapy

    A series of sessions that assist in the maintenance of cognitive functioning for people who have a diagnosis of dementia. Where appropriate these sessions will be offered by the Community Mental Health Team following a diagnosis of dementia by the Memory Service. For further information please click…
  • Dementia Advisor Service

    The Dementia Advisor Service can provide support and advice for anyone diagnosed with dementia and their carers. 
  • Dementia Connect

    Dementia Connect Dementia Connect is Alzheimer's Society's new and improved dementia services directory for anyone affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. With over 4,000 listings of local information, support and services, it's the most comprehensive and easy-to-use online directory of its kind.…
  • The Dementia Evidence Tool Kit

    The Dementia Evidence Toolkit is for commissioners, care providers, people working in health and social care and people with dementia and their families.   A searchable database with information on over 1433 research studies on interventions for people living with dementia and their carers Summaries…
  • Dementia Friendly Stockton

    The Dementia Friendly Stockton project is run by Cleveland Alzheimers Residential Centre Ltd (Clevearc) and works with individuals, businesses and other organisations to help ensure people living with dementia can continue to remain active and included members of their communities. This includes business and other organisations from…
  • Dementia Friends Sessions

    Free awareness sessions to help people learn more about dementia and the small things that can make a difference to people living with dementia in their community. For further information click here. For information on local sessions please contact the LiveWell Hub.
  • Dementia Voices Coffee Morning

    An informal coffee morning open to anyone living with dementia and carers. Call in for free refreshments, information and the chance to chat with others. Provided by the Dementia Voices Stockton group. The coffee morning takes place on the third Friday of the month, 10:00-12:00,…
  • Dementia Voices Project

    This project offers advocacy services and also aims to recruit volunteer advocates both with and without dementia.  The service aims to empower people with dementia and carers to ensure their voices are heard. Various meeting places and times can be arranged which are suitable for…
  • Fusion Cafe

    Last Friday of every month, 14:00 p.m. - 16:00 p.m.
    Fusion Cafe welcomes people with dementia and their carer(s) for a social occasion involving live music, dancing, quizzes and cream cakes. Held in the Training Centre at Cleveland Alzheimers Residential Centre Ltd (Clevearc) on the last Friday of every month (2 pm – 4 pm),…
  • Getting Involved with Research

    Join dementia research Partnership between the National Institute for Health Research, Alzheimer’s Scotland, Alzheimer’s Research UK and Alzheimer’s Society which allows people to register their interest in participating in dementia research and be matched to suitable studies. For further information please click here. Alternatively you…
  • Grandmentors Project

    Are you interested in sharing your skills and life experience with a young person? We are looking for Volunteer Mentors 50 plus to support young people in Stockton –on–Tees. The National Charity Volunteer Matters Grandmentors Project matches young people who are leaving the care system…
  • Groundwork - Green Links Outdoor Programme

    Groundwork - Green Links Outdoor Programme Groundwork offer a varied programme of activities in a safe nurturing environment which will open your eyes to the world of gardening skills, green exercise, growing your own fruit & vegetables and healthy cooking & nutrition. For further information…
  • A Guide to Dementia Services

    This map is to help you find out about the dementia support services in Stockton-On-Tees. Paper copies of this poster are available from the LiveWell Dementia Hub, or printable from this site.   Please click here to view the Community Services dementia Map
  • The Herbert Protocol

    Do you care for someone who has dementia and worry that they might go missing? The Herbert Protocol is here to help find them if they do. Safe and Found Nothing is more worrying or distressing than when a loved one or friend goes missing…
  • Incontrol-able

    Incontrol-able provides an advocacy service for people with dementia and disabilities. Incontrol-able can also provide support for coping with memory loss.
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