Dementia and memory

  • Dementia Research

    Join other people trying to help and find out more about dementia.


  • Dementia Revealed Document

    A document written for GPs and practice nurses but we feel could be useful to anyone who is interested. The document describes what dementia is, the different types, the general way that it is diagnosed and what can happen after diagnosis. Ask your GP or practice nurse if you have any questions.

    Dementia Revealed (PDF)

  • Together Dementia Support

    Weekly groups in Moss Side, Chorlton and Whalley Range that offer support, friendship and activities to people who are living with dementia and to their carers including a gospel choir and a walk & talk group.
    Please contact Sally Ferris on the numbers below or visit the website for full details.

    07854 335890

    0161 226 7186


  • Dementia Friendly Swimming

    Swimming times that enhance the swimming experience of those living with dementia, along with their carers.


  • Dementia Friends

    Learn more about what it is like to live with dementia and turn that understanding into action. Whether you attend a face-to-face session or watch the online video, Dementia Friends is about learning more about dementia and the small ways you can help.


  • Dementia Friendly Group

    A Dementia Friendly Group for Whalley Range, Chorlton and Fallowfield meets regularly at JNR8 Whalley Range Community Forum.


  • Dementia UK Admiral Nurses

    Specialist Mental Health Nurses that work with family carers and people with dementia, in the community and other settings: individual/family work, Post-Diagnostic Support Groups (PDSG), and Carer’s Workshops and a local programme of Dementia Café’s.

    Admiral Nursing Direct Helpline
    0845 257 9406

    Central Manchester Admiral Nurse Stephanie
    07436 036505

  • People First

    Offers a support service for people in Manchester who have issues around mental health, elderly people who are showing early signs of dementia and people at risk of becoming socially isolated.


  • DemTalk – Dementia Toolkit for Effective Communication

    Online toolkit that offers free advice and shares ideas about how everyone can make communication easier and better. Different versions of the toolkit are tailored for different people: family carers, social carers, health or care professional.


  • AT Dementia – Assistive Technology and Dementia

    Provides information on Assistive Technology that can help people with dementia live more independently. Including useful advice and product suggestions about equipment and where to by it and a discussion forum.


  • Dementia Gateway

    Short videos providing information about Dementia by the Social Care


  • Alzheimer’s Society Manchester

    A leading charitable organisation providing services, advice and support to people with dementia and their carers.

    0300 222 1122


  • Marion Lauder House

    A private company that provides day care and respite breaks for carers in a dedicated residential dementia care unit near Manchester Airport.


  • Related information

    Getting older
    Being a carer