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Do you want to find groups and support in the community that might help you improve your health and wellbeing? You can find lots of local support from charities to social groups in the Arc Bucks PCN Directory.
Art Beyond Belief produces innovative and thought-provoking projects in faith-based and health-care settings, and excluded communities. Our work is community-centred. We develop tailor-made projects that successfully promote greater understanding between different community groups, encourage interaction with other sectors of society, and inspire our clients
We formed to offer support to those people who are living with dementia and their carers.
Advice and help for anyone affected by Dementia . you can also get in touch with Admiral nurses through the helpline.
Our innovative Dementia Connect service will transform the support people receive and will provide the right support in the best way for each individual person. Combining face-to-face support with telephone and online advice and information offered by specially trained Dementia Advisers.
Singing for the Brain brings people affected by dementia together to sing a variety of songs they know and love, in a fun and friendly environment. We also do fun vocal exercises that help improve brain activity and well-being.
Your local Dementia Café provides a safe and supportive place for you to socialise and share experiences with others affected by dementia.
discuss your own dementia diagnosis, or someone else’s, and think about what it means for the future
get answers from health professionals and meet and learn from other people in similar situations
keep active, make new friends and feel more confident.
Provides information and guidance to understand dementia as well as cope with day to day situations and prepare for the future.
Online service providing information on the dementia journey and details of support groups in Buckinghamshire.
Established for a number of years and run by Carers Bucks. Regular meetings with carers and former carers to provide support for families caring for someone with Young onset dementia.