Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust have produced a Tameside Dementia Memory Clinic leaflet providing details on where to access information to enable you to live well with dementia, access education about dementia, peer support, social groups, healthy living, finance and benefits and other useful information.
Post Diagnostic Support in Tameside and Glossop
There is a lot of help and support available for people who have received a diagnosis of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) or dementia. The Memory Clinic run by Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust has developed a series of leaflets to help you to find the information and support you may need following diagnosis.
The leaflets cover Tameside, Glossop and details of the Memory Information Group run by the Memory Clinic. These leaflets can be read and downloaded by clicking the links below:
Tameside Dementia information leaflet (October 2017)
Glossop Dementia information leaflet (October 2017)
Memory Information Group
Dementia Support Service in Tameside
Dementia Support Service in Glossop
We will be updating this information on a regular basis to bring you news of the Tameside and Glossop Post Diagnostic Support Offer that will be a major part of delivering the Integrated Care Organisation for Tameside and Glossop.
Dementia groups in the neighbourhood
A report on how people affected by dementia are connected to their communities
Activities and groups in Tameside for people living with dementia and their carers
Tameside Groups for people living with dementia their family carers and friends
Caring for Carers Event
Shared Conversations on Dementia
Hyde Neighbourhood Memory Walk Poster
Dementia: care, support and awareness - NEW Government Survey *NOW CLOSED*
The Government’s aim is for England to be the best place in the world for people with dementia, their families and carers to live and the best place to undertake research into dementia.
The Government wants to hear first-hand from people with dementia, their families and carers if we are making a difference to your day to day lives.
The survey is for:
- any person in England who has received a diagnosis of dementia in the last two years (between November 2014 and November 2016)
- any person in England who currently provides unpaid care or support to a family member, friend or neighbour who has been diagnosed with dementia in the last two years (between November 2014 and November 2016)
If this survey isn't for you, we will be talking to other groups of people about dementia in the future. If you would like to hear more about this work, sign up for dementia updates from the Department of Health.
The link to the survey is here