About the group
Join us for our Young Dementia Support Group – a place where understanding meets compassion, and where families, caregivers, and friends supporting someone with dementia come together as a united community.
At our group, we believe in the power of shared experiences and the strength of collective support. If you are navigating the challenges of dementia alongside your loved ones, you’re not alone. This group is for you if you have been diagnosed with dementia before the age of 65 or you are a carer of a person diagnosed with dementia before 65.
Join us in this safe and nurturing space where your concerns find empathetic ears and your questions meet knowledgeable answers. Our group is not just about finding advice; it’s about discovering a network of people who truly understand. Here, professionals and fellow caregivers converge, offering insights, guidance, and most importantly, a sense of belonging. Together, we’ll navigate this journey, lending a helping hand and a listening heart. Come along and let’s face the road ahead together, because support is the foundation upon which resilience is built.
Is this group for me?
Anyone caring for someone who was diagnosed with Dementia under the age of 65 and is registered with a Herefordshire GP can come along, but we do have limited numbers so express your interest early in order to secure your place.
The group runs the last Thursday of the month (excluding December) from 10am – 12pm.
Location: The Garden Room at St Michael’s Hospice, Bartestree, Hereford HR1 4HA
How to attend
We have limited places on each group, so we’d ask that you click the button to express your interest in attending. Please state which date and location you’d like to attend and one of our friendly team will be back in touch with you.
Alternatively, call 01432 852080 and ask for Sarah Farnsworth – Dementia & Wellbeing Sister