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Alzheimer’s Society

Alzheimer’s Society

Information and support for people with dementia and those who care for them through a variety of groups and a team of dementia support workers. Based at Alderney Hospital with a wide range of local activity groups and support services e.g. memory support and peer to peer support groups.

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John’s Campaign

Johnr’s Campaign

John’s Campaign focuses on people with dementia but there are many others who are frail or who have particular needs who would benefit from the nurture of a family member or trusted friend when they are in hospital.

Supporting John's Campaign

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Prama

Prama

Prama provides home care, domestic support, nail cutting, dementia support projects and Carer support for local people. Prama’s vision is of older people enjoying the independence of living in their own homes with the on-going support from family, friends and community.

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Age UK Bournemouth

Age UK Bournemouth

We work with older people in Bournemouth and surrounding areas, including Poole, Christchurch and East Dorset. Whether you need advice, access to services for older people, are looking for something fun to do in the local area, or are interested in fundraising or volunteering.

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Living Well with Dementia and Memrory Loss in Dorset

Dorset CCG

Dementia has, and will continue to have, a huge impact on people living with the condition, their carers, families and society.

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