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Dementia support activities in St Helens

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Monday

GroupAddressDayTimeDetailsContact
Knit and Knatter

St Helens Library, The World of Glass,
Chalon Way East, WA10 1BX

Monday - weekly10:30am - 12:30pm 01744 676954

Carers Centre - Carer Support Group

Fishwick House, Cotham Street WA10 1SASecond Monday of the month1:00pm- 2:30pmA very informal group which welcomes carers who want to come in for a chat 01744 675615

 

Tuesday

GroupAddressDayTimeDetailsContact
Hargreave's Trust Making Sense Group

Baptist Church, Hall Street, St Helens, WA10 1EL

The second Tuesday of each month6:30-8:30pm

Support group for carers of people with dementia - opportunity for carers to meet up and gain emotional and practical support. Carers are welcome to bring along the person they care for. There are always experienced people available to care for the person living with dementia at the meetings so the carer can discuss any worries or concerns with others.

07543201062
Forget Me Not Dementia GroupSt Mark's Church, Haydock (group situated behind church)Tuesday mornings10:30am-12:00pmSocial and activity group for people living with dementia and their carers.
Café at the venue.
Pam 07792021440
Looking Forward Support Group

Woods Court, Legh Street, Earlestown, WA12 9EF

Last Tuesday of the month1:00-3:00pmThis group will suit those who would like to meet with others in a warm and friendly environment. Barbara
07968 682337
Jigsaws and a BrewChester Lane Library, Sutton Manor, WA9 4DETuesday - weekly10:30am-2:00pmMake new friends and meet with old ones over a brew and completing jigsaws.01744 677081
Dementia Support Group St Julie's Eccleston / Our Ladies PorticoSt Julie's Church Hall, Howards Lane, Eccleston, St Helens, WA10 5HJFirst Tuesday of the month12:30-2:30pmSupport group for carers of people with dementia - opportunity for carers to meet up and gain emotional and practical support. Carers are welcome to bring along the person they care for. There are always experienced people available to care for the person living with dementia at the meetings so the carer can discuss any worries or concerns with others.07543201062
Peace of Mind Dementia CafeSt Andrew's Mission Hall, Garswood Road, Garswood, WN4 0TULast Tuesday of the month1:30-3:00pm Ros 07981201386

 

Wednesday

GroupAddressDayTimeDetailsContact
Rugby ReminiscenceBoard Room, Saints Totally Wicked Stadium, McManus Drive, St Helens, WA9 3ALFortnightly on a Wednesday10:30am-12:30pmFor carer and cared for, free refreshments. The sessions include videos and highlights of past games, quiz, guest speakers etc.07593255156
Brad.billsborough@saintsrlfc.com
In It TogetherThe Shining Lights Centre
Sutton Manor
WA9 4AT
Fortnightly on a Wednesday10:30am-12:30pmFor anyone affected by early onset / younger onset dementia07593255156
Brad.billsborough@saintsrlfc.com
John Smith's Helping HandsRuskin Drive, The Percival Suite, St Helens, Merseyside, WA10 6RPWednesdays10:00am-12:30pm

Weekly social and activity group for people affected by dementia.

Marie Smith: 
07939138087
Age UK Mid Mersey Dementia CafeBillinge Parish Council Hub, Main Street, Billinge, WN5 7PEWednesdays10:00am-12:00pmThis low-level service provides an opportunity for carers and older people aged 50+ living with dementia to get together on a regular basis, to enjoy peer group support in a social setting where they can feel safe and part of society. Through regular dementia cafés, Age UK Mid Mersey are helping to ensure that people are supported and kept informed of their choices throughout their dementia journey. Age UK Mid Mersey can help people to access other services and activities including:

 

  • information, advice and advocacy
  • social and leisure activities
  • signposting to other services as appropriate
For further information regarding how to access the group please call 0300 003 1992.  
Alzheimer's Society - St Helens Activity GroupRainhill Village Hall
Dane Court
Rainhill
L35 4LU
Wednesdays 
2nd and 4th week of the month
11:00am - 12:30pmOur activity group is a structured group based around a variety of engaging activities. We also include a regular Love to Move light exercise session. Activity groups are also a chance to relax and socialise. Activity groups are run by a facilitator and volunteers who will  encourage and support people to take part. Our activity group is for people living with dementia, and a carer or companion is welcome to attend. Refreshments are provided.0151 420 8010
chris.lee@alzheimers.org.uk

 

Thursday

GroupAddressDayTimeDetailsContact
United Reformed Church and Alzheimer's Society - Memory Cafe St HelensUnited Reformed Church, Ormskirk Street, St Helens, WA10 2JZFirst Thursday of the month1:30-3:00pmAn opportunity to meet others, share experiences and learn about any local services and support available to you. The team of Dementia Advisers and volunteers will always be on hand to welcome you. The cafe is open to anyone affected by dementia, including carers, family members and friends. Refreshments are available and there is a quiet space for private conversation or advice if needed.

01744 28314 ormskirkstreet@outlook.com
 

0151 420 8010 sthelens@alzheimers.org.uk
 

Dementia CafeCrownway Community Centre
Crown Street
Earlestown
Newton- Le - Willows
WA12 9DA
Second Thursday of the month12:00-1:30pmLunch, social and music for people living with dementia and carers and family/friends.Tel 01925 222907
office@crownwaycommunitycentre.co.uk

 

Friday

GroupAddressDayTimeDetailsContact
Musical MemoriesUnited Reformed Church, Ormskirk Street, St Helens, WA10 2JZ

Fortnightly on a Friday

2:30-4:00pmInformal singing/music sessions/musical activities led by a facilitator, singing to bring people together in a friendly and stimulating social environment. Refreshments are available for a small fee at 2pm.

Denise Adamson
musicalmemoriessthelens@hotmail.co.uk

07856798348

Loving Arms Dementia CafeGerard Arms, Dentons Green Lane, St Helens, WA10 6SDFridays10:15am-12:00pmDementia cafe, social group and activities01744 28894
Dementia Cafe NewtonNewton Family Community Centre, Park Road South, Newton le Willows, WA12 8EXFirst Friday of the month12:00-2:00pmAn opportunity to meet others, share experiences and learn about any local services and support available to you. The team of Dementia Advisers and volunteers will always be on hand to welcome you. The cafe is open to anyone affected by dementia, including carers, family members and friends. Refreshments are available and there is a quiet space for private conversation or advice if needed.0151 420 8010
sthelens@alzheimers.org.uk
Knit and KnatterPeter Street Library, Peter Street, St Helens, WA10 2EQWeekly - Fridays2:00-4:00pm 01744 677896
Dominoes GroupRainford Library, Church Road, Rainford, WA11 8HAWeekly - Fridays2:00-3:00pm 01744 677820