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http://www.bristoldaa.co.uk

Bristol Dementia Action Alliance has the aim of making Bristol the Dementia friendly city. Our director, John, is a trustee of this charity.

It's website offers help and advice to those living with Dementia, as well as their family and friends.

It's mission statement is as follows:

  1. We aim to enable Bristol to become a “Dementia Aware Community”
  2. We believe that people with Dementia have the right to a good quality of life and to remain independent in their local community.
  3. We believe that people with Dementia have the right to live well, engage in and contribute to their local communities as long as they wish to do so.
  4.  We will address negative attitudes and raise awareness and understanding of Dementia.

http://www.basf.uk.com

Bristol Area Stroke Foundation provides advice, support and activities for people who have suffered a stoke and those indirectly affected by one.

 

http://www.bristoldementiawellbeing.org

Bristol Dementia Wellbeing Service works with various partners from across Bristol, bringing them together to create personalised 'wellbeing plans' for those who use their service. They support GPs, other health professionals and carers to support people affected by dementia.

This service aims to provide support, guidance and help when, and where people want it – and in a way that suits them.

It offers assistance those diagnosed with dementia, as well as to people who are worried about their memory without a diagnosis. The Dementia Wellbeing Service offers information on memory, types of dementia and many more topics with options to translate the page in multiple languages.

http://www.linkagebristol.org.uk

Link Age is an award winning, nationally recognised charity, well known for it's campaigns to end loneliness amongst  people over 55.

It creates a very successful 'What's on' booklet (focusing a cluster of postcodes per booklet), giving seniors the opportunity to socialise, pick back up, or learn a new hobby. 

The website also has information on volunteering opportunities and explains the difference the charity has made through it's 'stories' about some of the older people they have helped.

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“Thank you to all the staff and CAREGivers who are helping make my life so much easier to live with. I’m continually impressed by the level of care I receive, I feel so supported by such a reliable and caring service.”

“I could not have asked for more for my Dad and you have made him so comfortable and well cared for during his last days at home.”

"I have found the staff at Home Instead fully committed to provided a personable service, they go the extra mile. It is a pleasure to work with them.”

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“Our CAREGiver has now become our friend.” PN - Client

“Home Instead were careful to match my husband with a carer who shared his interest in art and design.”

“Home Instead has been a wonderful life-giving service for the last few days my father experienced at home. I know he was being cared for not only expertly, but with genuine love and personal connection. He was a very happy man because of the visits, and we were happy children to know he was being cared for as we had done. I can’t thank Home Instead enough.” JH - Daughter of Client

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