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Free Support for Those Living With Dementia & Their Carers

Updated: Apr 15

As part of our ongoing effort to support careers in our local community, we will be hosting a weekly community group for those living with dementia, as well as their carers.


This programme is being provided in partnership with Effro – an incredible community project under the well-being organisation, ‘The Platform’, who work to change the perception of dementia in society. Effro provide support for not only people living with dementia but also for the family members and carers of people living with dementia.  Most of all, they offer a welcoming space to relax, chat and have a cuppa.


They are passionate about making a difference to the lives of people living with dementia and supporting their families and they have lots of information on free activities and services that can be provided to help with day-to-day living.


The sessions which we will be hosting at Llanrumney Hall will provide those living with dementia, and their carers, a chance to come together in a safe environment and share their experiences while participating in a range of fun and free activities.


These community-based activities include painting, clay modelling, music bingo, crafts, quizzes which help use your senses and much more. The idea is to tailor the range of activities to the hobbies and interests of the people in attendance of the class. 


These sessions will run every Friday starting on April 12th and are open to everyone who feels they need it.


When: Every Friday (starting April 12th and ending Friday 12th June)

Time: 10:30am – 12:30pm

Where: Llanrumney Hall Community Trust, Ball Road, CF3 4JJ


Cost: These sessions and the activities provided within are FREE of charge

How to Book: There’s no need to book! These sessions are open to anyone living with dementia, and their carers and you can simply just show up.


If you have any queries, please email or contact us on 029 2000 1441 to speak to our staff for more information

Effro poster with all the information on the community group forthose living with dementia and their carers

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