Living with dementia can be challenging, but it is essential for older adults to maintain an active and social lifestyle. In Hexham, there are numerous activities and organisations that cater to the needs of older adults with dementia, ensuring they can enjoy days out with their loved ones while receiving support from the local community.
At Home Instead, we provide dementia care and transport assistance, ensuring older adults can access these activities comfortably and safely.
Age UK Northumberland is a fantastic resource for those over 50 and their carers. With expert advice on various topics such as finances, housing, and health, this organisation is committed to helping older adults and their families navigate the challenges of ageing. Connect with them for information on their services and support.
For older adults with dementia, transportation can be a barrier to participating in social activities. Adapt (North East) offers a Dial-a-Ride service that provides accessible transport options to locations such as Hexham, Morpeth, Prudhoe, and Ponteland.
Phone: 01434 600 599
Music can have a powerful impact on those living with dementia. Alzheimer’s Society Singing for the Brain is a unique programme that encourages participants to engage in musical activities, promoting cognitive stimulation and social interaction. Join their virtual sessions and experience the joy of singing together.
Contact the Northumberland Team at 01670 813 255 or email at [email protected].
The welcoming atmosphere of Café @ Burn Lane invites older adults and their families to enjoy a safe and friendly environment. Operated by Adapt (NE), the café offers internet access, a resource centre, and an inclusive Changing Places toilet facility.
Visit them at Adapt Café, Burn Lane, Hexham, NE46 3HN, or call 01434 600 599. Email inquiries can be sent to [email protected].
Movement For Your Mind offers an adaptable, dance-based class that caters to individuals with neurological conditions, those recovering from surgery, or anyone seeking a fun and engaging way to stay active. Classes are held every Thursday during school term time from 11.15 am – 12.15 pm at Hexham Torch Centre, Corbridge Road, Hexham, NE46 1QS.
The Luncheon Club in Hexham provides a warm and inviting space for older adults to share a delicious meal, companionship, and laughter. With transport available for those who need it, the club ensures everyone can participate in this social gathering.
Join them every Wednesday from 12 pm – 1.30 pm at Hexham Community Centre, NE46 3NP. For inquiries, call 01434 602 707 or email [email protected]. Visit their website at www.hexhamcommunitycentre.org
The Dementia Carer’s Lunch Group offers a relaxing space for dementia carers to unwind and socialise. Held on the first Thursday of each month, it is an excellent opportunity to meet new friends and share experiences.
To book your spot, visit www.dementiasupportathaltwhistle.co.uk for more information.
Chrysalis Club Tynedale focuses on providing support and engaging activities for individuals with dementia, their carers, and families. The club features group activities, counselling services, and informational sessions, all designed to create a sense of community and connection.
The Forum Cinema presents dementia-friendly screenings, creating an inclusive movie-going experience for individuals with dementia and their carers. With adjusted lighting and sound, these screenings provide a comfortable environment to enjoy classic films.
For screening dates and times, call 01434 601 144 or visitwww.forumcinema.com.
Hexham Abbey Silver Screen offers monthly classic film screenings in the North Transept. Enjoy an afternoon of nostalgia and refreshments, perfect for older adults and their companions.
Screenings take place every last Thursday at 2.30 pm. For more information, contact the Hexham Abbey Office at 01434 602 031 or email [email protected].
Home Instead Tyne Valley is dedicated to supporting older adults in their daily lives. We offer companionship, home help, personal care services, and specialised dementia care to ensure older adults receive the assistance they need while maintaining their independence.
Hexham offers a variety of activities and support services tailored to the needs of older adults living with dementia. From singing groups to film screenings and social clubs, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Home Instead’s dementia care and transport support ensure older adults can access these activities, creating a more inclusive and engaging community.
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