Understanding Dementia

Understanding Dementia is a four session programme designed especially for Carers. These free workshops are designed to develop your understanding of dementia and to gain useful information to benefit you and the person you care for.

You can also check our Activities Calendar  for our next online sessions or call us on 01652 650585 for more information.

Dementia Carer Peer Support Group

For people caring for someone with dementia, this monthly online group is aimed at those caring for someone living with dementia, offering empathetic support from carers in similar situations. There will also be support from our Specialist Key Worker at the group. Click here for dates.

Alzheimer's Society

The Alzheimer’s Society can support you and the person you are caring for in North Lincolnshire. They offer advice and support and now virtual Carer Information & Support Programmes (CrISP), Singing For The Brain and Memory Cafes.

Local Bulletin October 2021 

Focus On Dementia


Dementia support in additional languages

TIDE Together In Dementia Everyday

TIDE ‘together in dementia everyday’, is a UK wide involvement network of carers, former carers and health and care professionals who are working together to build a better future for carers of people living with dementia.

All online events are aimed at Carers of people with dementia and are free to join. Click here.

Dementia Action Alliance

The Carers’ Support Service is a member of North Lincolnshire Dementia Action Alliance which aims to raise awareness of dementia at a local level in order to reduce the stigma of dementia. For more information or to join please click here 

Dementia Friends

Many of our staff, trustees and volunteers have undergone training to become a Dementia Friend. A Dementia Friend learns a little bit more about what it is like to live with dementia and then turns that understanding into action – from helping someone to find the right bus to spreading the word about dementia on social media. Please click here for more information or call Rosa on 01652 650585.

Dementia Directory

For more information about living well, planning ahead, and staying independent visit the Dementia Directory.


Further sources of information can be found on our Useful Websites page. Click here.