Andrew Frederick Adult Support
The Mabel Rose Day Centre is a unique day service for people living with dementia. We also have a tailored day for younger people with dementia. Our youngest members is currently 48yrs. We offer many activities e.g. woodwork studio, baking, arts/crafts, gardening, reminiscence sessions, pamper room, playing pool and board games, trips out every week, reflexology & chiropody and much more! People can self refer through a family member as well as via GP's, mental health workers and social services.
- 13 March 2018
- East of England
- Care, Community organisations, Health, Local DAA Members, Social Care, Voluntary
- Local Alliances:
- Norwich City Dementia Action Alliance , Broadland Dementia Action Alliance
1. Action Plan
1. The National Dementia Declaration lists seven outcomes that the DAA are seeking to achieve for people with dementia and their carers. How would you describe your organisation’s role in delivering better outcomes for people with dementia and their carers?
As well as offering a first class dementia day service our company is also very active in supporting our local community. Voluntarily our trained staff member runs and facilitates three peer support groups and dementia cafes. These are a well attended free service for people living with dementia and their carers, family and friends. We regularly signpost to other support agencies, social services, the mental health team and GP's if necessary.
2. What are the challenges to delivering these outcomes from the perspective of your organisation?
We offer dementia friends sessions to help carers understand dementia.
All time spent running these groups every month is taken from staff and company time.
Dementia Peer support
To continue to offer voluntary support within the local community in the form of dementia cafes and support groups.
Dementia Day Services
To continually offer first class day service to people living with dementia which also offers respite for carers.
Dementia Friends Sessions
To offer dementia friends sessions via volunteers to carers and people wishing to learn more about dementia