Greenwich MindCare Dementia Support
The Greenwich MindCare Dementia Information and Support service delivers high quality support to help Greenwich residents diagnosed with dementia live well and maintain their independence as long as possible. The service also supports those who are an unpaid carer of someone with dementia.
The services we offer include:
- Personalised advice and information
- Individual, person-centred support planning
- Help to access other support, services and community resources
- Carer-specific workshops
- Follow-up support and contact
New: Dementia Café and Carers' Drop-in
Our new Dementia Café and Carers’ Drop-in is now open!
The café is for clients with a formal diagnosis of dementia who are living in the borough of Greenwich. Family carers are also welcome to join in.
The café will run from 10am – 12pm on the first Thursday of each month (with the exception of June due to the Platinum Jubilee). It’s an opportunity for people living with a dementia diagnosis to come together for fun, arts and crafts, music and reminiscence.
Afterwards, from 1pm – 3pm, family carers can chat to one of our advisors at the drop-in, where they will be able to receive advice on anything and everything encompassing the caring role, for example: accessing social services; benefits; dementia awareness training; and carer wellbeing.
When: first Thursday of every month.
When: the Dementia Café runs from 10am – 12pm; the Carers’ Drop-in from 1pm – 3pm.
Where: upstairs at Greenwich Carers Centre, The Stables, 76 Hornfair Road, London, SE7 7BD – MAP.
If you would like more details about these sessions, please contact us using the details below.
Contact and referrals
All referrals and queries for people with a diagnosis of dementia, carers and professionals who seek advice and information come through a single point of access.
Please contact us as below.
Telephone: 020 3198 2222
Dementia Inclusive Greenwich
We are members of Dementia Inclusive Greenwich, an initiative which works directly with people with dementia, their family carers, local businesses, community groups and charities to make the borough a dementia-friendly and inclusive place to live, learn, work and visit.