Our team provide person-centred support for anybody aged 50 and over including information, advice and active support to improve their health and wellbeing and to enable them to live independently for as long as possible within their community.
This includes people living with dementia, armed forces veterans, and older people that require specific information and advice about benefits, care, health & wellbeing, work and learning.
We can support you with the following and more:
- Social care
- Your income
- Your home
- Legal issues
- Form filling
- Your Wellbeing
- Useful information guides and links
What is a dementia cafe?
Our cafes are safe and supportive environments for people to get together and discuss their own or their loved ones’ dementia diagnosis
23 Bridge Street
We understand that receiving a diagnosis of dementia can be a very stressful time. Our cafes are places where we support people and their loved ones in an informal, relaxed setting with plenty of time for everyone to talk.
We’re able to provide answers for you from health professionals and time to meet, chat and learn from other people in similar situations.
We provide structured meaningful activities as well as delicious tea and cake.
Dementia cafes are all free. They all have accessible access and all except Upton have parking on site.
Please come along and join us or contact us for more information.
When does the Pershore cafe meet?
Dates: 4th Thursday of the month
Time: 11am until 12.30pm