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Alzheimers Society (North West)

There are many types of dementia. The most common are Alzheimer's disease, vascular dementia and dementia with Frontotemporal dementia.

Take a look at our different types of dementia (external link).

What we do

There are many ways you can get involved and support us from fundraising and events, volunteering, taking part in our campaigning.

Our unique research programme funds research into the cause, cure, care and prevention of dementia to improve treatment for people today and to search for a cure for tomorrow.

Music making and singing sessions

Who's it for?

People living with dementia and their family/carers and people over 50 years of age.

What we do

Thanks to funding from Ambition to Ageing, ten music sessions are being delivered at Kashmir Youth Project in Rochdale for people living with dementia and their family or carers and people over 50 years of age.

These music making and singing sessions are fun and bring people together to share time with the intention of reducing social isolation to improve well being and quality of life.

Where

Jack McCann Court, Trafalgar Street, Rochdale OL16 2EE

Contact

Tel: 01706 515736 Email: acroyle28@gmail.com

Milnrow Memory Wellbeing Cafe

Who it's for?

People with Dementia and their carers, family and friends.

What we do

Come and chat to people who have been affected by dementia in a friendly and relaxed, social environment at our dementia café. We often host regular talks by a variety of local services and organisations who promote safety and wellbeing.

Dementia cafés provide useful information in a structured and relaxed setting that gives the opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to ask questions and learn from the experiences of people in similar situations.

Where

Butterworth Hall, New Street, Milnrow,OL16 3PE

Contact

Office opening times: Monday to Friday 9am to 4.30pm.

Tel: 0161 477 6999 Email: stockport@alzheimers.org.uk

Who to contact

Telephone
0300 222 1122
E-mail
enquiries@alzheimers.org.uk
Website
www.alzheimers.org.uk/
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