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Support Organisations

Stonehouse Memory Link

Dementia or short term memory loss – help and advice is available locally in complete confidence.

Contact June

01453 827565 or 01453 827286

june@jacsplace.co.uk

South Glos Diabetes UK Group

The South Glos Diabetes UK Group (formerly the Stonehouse and District Diabetic Support Group) help, support, advise and socialise. We have regular guest speakers and can help with most difficulties that people with diabetes and their families can face. Young and old alike are welcome and we re always looking for volunteers to help out at their various events.

Second Wednesday in January, March, May, July, September and November at the Community Centre, Laburnum Walk

oneyou.southglos.gov.uk

Stroud and District Blind Club

Second Tuesday of the month from 2 – 4pm at Hazelwood Sheltered Housing, Paddock Rise

Transport can be arranged

Contact Celia

01242 221170

Citizens Advice Bureau

CAB Adviser available in Stonehouse on Thursdays

Drop-In Sessions-no appointments

9.30am – 12.30pm : Town Hall, High Street, GL10 2NG

1pm – 3pm   : All Pulling Together (APT), Park Parade

Drop In at Stroud Bureau, Brunel Mall, London Road  GL5 2BP

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10am – 1.45pm

Telephone number : 0808 800 0510 – free from landlines, payphones and most mobiles

Get Advice Online 24 hours a day or by email at:

www.citizensadvice-stroudandcotswold.org.uk

0808 800 0510

Alzheimer's Society

Singing for the Brain sessions are structured group sessions for people with dementia and their carers based on music therapy through singing. The groups are led by a trained facilitator who will offer all the opportunity to socialise, receive and give peer support and engage and actively participate in singing in a supportive atmosphere.

Carers Support Group is a structured regular support group for the carers of people with dementia. Those attending will have the chance to discuss, amongst other things, the diagnosis of dementia and its consequences in an informal environment with other members of the group. This is the place to share concerns, experiences and coping mechanisms, as well as a place to make friends.

Both held at the Community Centre, Laburnum Walk.

Contact Natasha Lorimer

01452 525222

gloucestershire@alzeimers.org.uk

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