- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 09 Jun 1998
- Latest award date
- 12 Feb 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Befriending Service 02 Jun 2004
The branch of Alzheimer's Society in the Mourne and Kilkeel areas provides support and practical help to families, carers and people with Alzheimer's disease. The grant will fund a volunteer befriending scheme for people with dementia.
Reapplication: Carer support and information 08 Sep 2004
The Alzheimer's Society supports people with dementia and their families and carers by providing information, advice and practical support. The project will focus on support for people in the Middlesbrough area. The 3 year Big Lottery Fund grant will contribute towards the cost of a new full time Carer Support Worker and three other staff.
This project's main aim is to improve the daily experience of caring for and being a person with dementia. Information is provided on a one to one basis, with individual contact, to help those affected. The aim is to carefully listen to and continue to support independence for people within their own homes thereby reducing isolation and improving quality of life.
Befriending Project 02 Nov 2004
This project will empower people with dementia to make informed choices about their future care, enable them to do things that they would otherwise be unable to do alone and allow them to maintain their independence for longer.
Developing Carer Support Work Project 10 May 2005
The project will enable the continuation and development of Carer Support work, improving the quality of life for carers of people with dementia, particularly those who live in isolated rural areas.
Outreach and Support Service 15 Nov 2006
Outreach and support services will be provided for people with dementia and their carers in the New Forest district. One-to-one and telephone support, home visits, drop-in sessions, group meetings, carer training courses and other social events will be among services that will give emotional support to reduce isolation and ease the burden on carers.
'supporting You ' 20 Jun 2007
The Vale royal branch of the Alzheimer's Society will use an award to provide an advice and support helpline for sufferers of dementia and their carers. Services on offer will include information and training sessions, lunch groups, drop ins, awareness raising events and social activities.
A buddy to bank on 11 May 2006
The award will fund a pilot buddying scheme, with carers assigned to a former or experienced carer during the key times of change in their caring role.
Resources for support service 13 Sep 2005
The project will provide information on a wide range of topics via newsletters, leaflets, face to face services and outreach facilities. Topics include service availability, dementia treatments/drugs and legal issues. _x000B_
Carer Support Scheme 20 Sep 2005
The project will give people in the North Kirklees access to practical and emotional support and advice regarding Alzheimer's disease and contact with a supportive network of carers and people with dementia in order to reduce isolation. The project will also increase general knowledge and awareness of the disease within the community.
Respite and family support will be provided in the homes of people living with dementia and their carers in Allderdale and Copeland, Workington. Comprehensive carer support plans, a telephone helpline, personal strategies for caring and coping with the condition and social opportunities for people with dementia will be provided.
Singing for the Brain 22 Nov 2010
The project will introduce eight new Singing for the Brain groups across the Devon and Cornwall. Singing for the Brain provides a structured group singing activity, designed for people with dementia and their carers. By participating attendees receive many health and social care benefits, including the prevention of social isolation. Even when many memories are hard to retrieve, music is especially easy to recall._x000B_
Towards the core costs of the organisation, which supports people with dementia and their carers in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria.
To continue to employ a Dementia Support worker to support carers and people with dementia in Carlisle District.
Towards the salary of an information worker to cover the North of Tyne area.
To provide core funding for the carers' support service.