- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 09 Jun 1998
- Latest award date
- 19 Nov 2018
- Total GBP grants
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To develop a carers' home support project.
Towards the salary of a co-ordinator for a befriender scheme working with people with dementia.
To continue to provide a support service for carers of people with dementia who live in the Morpeth, Wansbeck and Alnwick districts of Northumberland.
For the salary of the branch manager for the organisation, which supports people with dementia and their carers on Teesside.
To employ a family support worker to support carers and families of people with dementia.
To continue to employ a family support worker for this organisation that supports people with dementia and their carers.
To employ a part-time worker to support people with dementia and their carers in South Lakeland, Cumbria, and towards the core costs of the organisation.
This new project will provide crucial support for people with dementia in their own homes and communities by matching them with a volunteer or paid befriender for coffee mornings, social interaction, shopping trips and outings. The aim is to reduce isolation, increase confidence and independence, provide opportunities and activities to increase social interaction and offer respite opportunities for carers.
Alzheimers Cafe 23 Apr 2008
The project is to provide social opportunities for people with dementia and their carers. The money is for venue hire, publicity, transport, support workers, volunteer's expenses, transport and cost of refreshments.
Training and presentation equipment 04 May 2005
The branch will purchase a variety of presentation equipment so that it can offer a more professional approach when imparting information to interested groups. Presentations can be made more interesting, visual and contain more informationt in a concise way. laptop, projector and table, warranty, training costs, mileage, stationery, telephone and general consumables.
Alzheimer's Awareness Project 18 Mar 2005
The focus of the group is to offer advice,support and information to sufferers of Alzheimers and other forms of dementia as well as offering support to carers. The award will be used to run a series of information events and provide a library of videos and publications.
Alzheimer's Society, Salisbury Branch have been awarded a grant to help celebrate the anniversary of the ending of WW2. They will collect memorabilia and personal accounts from people who remember the war and will present information on a CD Rom for exhibition in schools and day clubs.
The project will provide support to families and others concerned with Alzheimer's and other dementia issues, by linking them through membership, support groups and care services. It will provide practical help and information on Alzheimer's disease and related disorders aswell as services, benefits and other resources available for people with dementia.
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.
Information and Support for Dementia Sufferers 23 Nov 2005
This project will provide advice, information and support to people with dementia and their carers through monthly support groups, outreach advocacy and support, training for carers and volunteers and social activities. This will alleviate social isolation, encourage people with dementia to become actively involved in decision making related to their care and enable them to lead a more independent life.
Support Service 13 Sep 2005
The aim of this project is to increase the capacity and improve the delivery and efficiency of the information and support services provided to people with dementia and their carers.
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.
Computer Project 24 Apr 2006
A project by this Alzheimer's Disease support group based in Wyre Forest to purchase computer and broadband equipment to improve the service they provide to carers and the general public.