Dementia Peer Support ClubsDementia Peer Support Groups in Havering
What does it do?
A freshly cooked meal and a chat, a game of cards, a spot of dancing. Whatever takes your fancy: spend your day, your way taking part in meaningful activities and providing respite for your carer.
Looking for an enjoyable way to spend a few hours? Fancy a freshly cooked meal in good company, with plenty of interesting and fun things to do? Tapestry’s Dementia Peer Support Clubs are a great place to pass the time doing all the things you enjoy.
Do you care for someone with dementia? You’ll know how important it is for them to stay active and socialise. A Dementia Peer Support Club offers the opportunity to do just that, as well as providing valuable days of respite for carers, assured that loved ones are enjoying themselves in a safe and friendly environment staffed by qualified support workers.
Enjoy your day
Peer Support Clubs offer a variety of fun, stimulating activities, all geared towards promoting independence and maintaining physical and social skills. Some of the activities include:
- Music for health workshops
- Armchair exercise
- Arts & crafts
- Puzzles & crossword challenges
- Board & card games
Getting to the club
Need some help getting to a Dementia Support Club? Ask us about return transport with a support worker. They’ll make sure the house is secure on leaving, and will see you safely in when you get home.
Like to join us?
Our Club meet once a week. Most people are out from around 9.30am until 3.30pm. They are particularly suited to people in the early to moderate stages of dementia. For the latest schedule check out our events listings. For a price list and more information, give us a call or email us, details are below.
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