Enjoy friendship and support at one of our clubs for people with dementia.
Dementia Day Break Club
Our club runs on a Monday 10-3pm at Rosemary House Centre and is hosted by both a dedicated member of staff and volunteer. A freshley cooked two-course Lunch, teas and coffees are included.
COGs Club (Cognitive Stimulation)
Our clubs run from 10am – 3pm on Tuesdays and Fridays in the upstairs meeting room at Rosemary House Centre. (Stair lift access available). A light lunch, teas and coffees are included.
We offer a day of purposeful activity and stimulation that may help people with a mild to moderate cognitive impairment/dementia maintain active minds and bodies.
Music, fun and friendship in addition to being a day's respite for the family or carer.
A weekly club for younger people diagnosed with a cognitive impairment/dementia – usually under the age of 65. Held every Wednesday from 10am – 3pm in the upstairs meeting room at Rosemary House Centre.
We offer a day of friendship and support for people with young onset dementia. A light lunch, teas and coffees are included.
Chat, quizzes, games and activities to keep minds and bodies active and bring people together.
Sprockets Club – Coffee Morning
A free club providing tea/coffee, a chat and friendship for people supporting a loved one with dementia. No need to book a place, just pop along and join in!