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Dementia Friendly Chichester District

Introduction

One of the main priorities for Chichester in Partnership to make Chichester District a dementia Friendly place. We want to create communities that help improve inclusion and quality of life for people with dementia and their carers. On these pages you will find out about the organisations involved in this work and the projects that are being taken forward


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  • Chichester Dementia Alliance logo

    Chichester Dementia Alliance


    We work in partnership with those who suffer from dementia and their carers, as well as promote Chichester as a Dementia Friendly community. In addition, we share ideas and best practice with many other organisations in the alliance. We are able to signpost to information, resources and products to help those in need.

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    Chichester Careline


    Your local provider of telecare products and services, with the only 24 hour a day call monitoring centre in West Sussex. We work in partnership with Mindme, which leads on GPS locating devices for those living with dementia.

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    Aldingbourne Trust


    Aldingbourne Trust is a charity that supports adults with learning disabilities across West Sussex. The charity believes that people with learning disabilities, such as Down's Syndrome, Autism and Asperger's, should be supported to live independently and have the same opportunities as everyone else.

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    Age Uk West Sussex


    Our mission: To improve the lives of older people in West Sussex. Services include: •Help at Home •Home from Hospital •Information and Advice •Clubs and Classes Elderberry Club - Saturday Respite for carers of people with Dementia For details of the Elderberry Clubs, please contact Nicky Cooksley, Carers Services Manager 07904 977251 / nicky.cooksley@ageukwestsussex.org.uk or visit our website www.ageuk.org.uk /westsussex

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    Alzheimers Society


    Alzheimer's Society is the UK's leading support and research charity for people with dementia, their families and carers. We provide information and support to people with any form of dementia and their carers. We campaign for better quality of life for people with dementia and greater understanding of dementia. We also fund an innovative programme of medical and social research into the cause, cure and prevention of dementia. For more information please call Alzheimer's Society Sussex Helpline on 01403 213017.

  • Dawn's Vintage Do


    From winning Goodwood Revival's 'best dressed' competition in 2011, Dawn Gracie's love of everything vintage took her career in a direction of glamour and fun. From this, Dawn's Vintage Do was born, encapsulating everything from top class events, attracting an audience far and wide of avid fans! Dawn performs 50's and 60's entertainment for weddings, private parties, anniversaries and much more. Dawn has performed at prestigious venues including Goodwood House, Fontwell Racecourse and Earls Court. http://www.dawnsvintagedo.com/ ​ Dawns Website​ https://www.facebook.com/events/1112627618749879/ ​ to book tickets​

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    Dementia Support


    Dementia Support are a not-for-profit organisation building a first-of-its-kind dementia Hub for Chichester and surrounding areas. The Dementia Support Hub in Tangmere, will provide essential services, meaningful activities and support for people living with dementia, their family, friends and carers. The Dementia Support Hub will provide a space to consolidate dementia services and support for the local community. For more information or to make a donation please contact info@dementia-support.org.uk

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    University of Chichester


    The University of Chichester is an inclusive organisation and pro-actively engages with its local community. In addition to the community work undertaken through the University's Otter Gallery and the Students Union we have a rich history of excellent research including research projects relating to dementia. Examples range from dementia and cognitive psychology, social care, and to arts and wellbeing