Information for

Dementia Carers

Information for Dementia Carers

5 relaxing activities for peopl with Dementia

Can the clocks changing affect someone with Dementia


5 Ways to deal with carer guilt



Exercise Activity Ideas for someone with Dementia


7 stages of Dementia - DR Reisbergs


Sensory Stimulation Activies for those living with Dementia 


10 Activities for seniors with Dementia


Spending time with loved ones is beneficial to Dementia Patients


Bonfire Night & Dementia


What causes the symptoms of Dementia


Can Alcohol Comsumption increase Dementia Risk


What is young onset Dementia


What's the purpose of a carers assessment


Why Carer Wellbeing is vital for Dementia Care


Why daily routines are helpful for someone living with Dementia

Understanding changes in behaviour in people living with dementia during the Covid 19 Pandemic

Activities for older people with  Dementia during the Covid 19 Pandemic


This FREE event is for carers of people with dementia and professional who supports carers in Cardiff & the vale.


To attend the training you must register through eventbrit, please click here 


These workshops are supported by the Dementai Friendly Communities Small Grants Fund Via CAVAMH and the Cardiff and Vale Integrated Health and Social Care Partnership.


MHM Wales is facilitating a new peer support group,called "Better Together" for people with early on set of dementia and their support network.


Takes place, every Monday from 12:30pm to 2:30pm

Union Office, Quarella Road, Bridgend, CF31 1JW

Contact Sara on 01656 651450 or email: community@mhmwales.org

For more information, please download our leaflet

We are delighted to be the first charity within our region to receive the Carer Friendly Silver Award.


The award highlights our work and the committment we show to unpaid carers 

Please click on the icon to read the press release

Our Carer Champions within MHM Wales are:

(Please click on the images for contact details)

Michaela Moore

Claire Davies

- Our Dementia Carer Friendly Service Committment -



We will continue to recognize that caring is an important issues that affects our staff, volunteers and service user/customers.


We will actively work to ensure that our: staff, volunteers, service users and the wider public understand who carers are and issues they may face.


We will raise awareness of who are and offer traing to our staff about the issues carers may face and the support available to them.


We will nominate carers champions who will be a point of contact for carer within the workplace. The carers champion will be allocated time within their working hours to ensure that up to date information is available for carers and to represent carers to give them a voice within the service.


We will ensure that good quality information and support is availiable to carers within our workplace. All staff will have some responsibility for this.


We will consider carers when implementing policies and procedures throughout the service.


Information on the rights unpaid carers have under the Social Services and Well Being (Wales) Act 2014


Mental Health Matters Wales








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