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Barnsley Independent Alzheimer's and Dementia Support (BIADS)

BIADS is a registered charity and limited company by guarantee formed by Barnsley people.Our purpose is to provide support to people within the Barnsley Metropolitan Borough who have any form of dementia along with their families and friends.As we are an independent group we can guarantee that all funds raised and donations received will be used to benefit our members locally - unlike some national organisations.

Park Care Meals LTD

Park Care Meals is a family run Yorkshire based “Meals on Wheels” service that has been established since 1995. Our mission is to provide a daily visit whilst delivering delicious, wholesome meals to your door at great value formoney.

Alzheimer's Society Barnsley

Alzheimer's Society is a membership organisation, which works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England,Wales and Northern Ireland. Many of our 20,000 members have personal experience of dementia, as carers, health professionals or people with dementia themselves, and their experiences help to inform our work.

Age UK Barnsley

The charity provides a wide number of services from its own funds and works in partnership with Social Services and the Primary Care Trust in delivering further services to support the health and social care needs of Barnsley's older population.

Barnsley Shopability

Barnsley Community Foundation was developed out of a desire to help those less fortunate than ourselves. Since its inception, we have worked hard to provide support where it's most needed.

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Mum has not had good experiences in the past with Care Agencies, and is quite nervous and unsettled when a new person visits the house. I am delighted to say that the carers from Home Instead have all struck up a very good rapport with Mum and have clearly gained her trust and she truly looks forward to them visiting. The fact that the carers treat Mum as a person and are spending time talking to her normally and encouraging her to look through photographs etc has, I am sure contributed to this, and I have noticed a distinct improvement in her general demeanour she is a lot happier in herself. Initially I needed Home Instead to cover a short term resource problem, but I am now using Homeinstead for support long term for Mum as I have been so pleased with the service.

David - Barnsley