Caring Together service for older people with dementia and their carers

Age Exchange supports people living with long-term conditions like dementia and their carers, by providing group activities throughout the week, and one-to-one tailored support where needed.

At Age Exchange in Blackheath we provide creative activities, advice, support and somewhere to relax and have fun.

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Services in Blackheath

Inspired Caring
Monday, 12-2pm
Mixed activities and social support session for older people receiving care and their carers.

Day Care Service
Tuesday, 10.30-2.30pm
This is a day care service for older people who live with dementia and their carers. Meaningful, sensory activity, music, movement, craft, and reminiscence for cared and their carers.

Artful Caring
Wednesday, 1.30-3.30pm
Arts and craft activities for older people receiving care and their carers from any area. No artistic experience necessary!

Kaleidoscope Café and Café Connect
Fortnightly Thursday, 11am-1pm
Groups for under 65s living with young-onset dementia and those who provide care as family, friends or staff.

Creative Caring
Thursday, 1.30-3.30pm
Accessible reminiscence arts activities for people who live with dementia and carers.

Chair-based movement
Tuesday 12-2pm and Friday, 2-4pm
Chair-based movement sessions for cared for who live with dementia and other disabilities and those who are carers, with easy-to-follow exercise routines to music.

All groups are in Blackheath and cost £6 (free for carers)
Read more about the change and our discount for using a standing order

Services in Lambeth

Our Lambeth groups are currently suspended for in person meetings but we continue to offer online support with our Virtual Day Care service. For more information about the Lambeth groups please email
hello@age-exchange.org.uk

Would you like to join one of our groups?

If you would like to access any of these services, please fill out this form or call Aga on 0208 318 9105. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

To find out more about how Age Exchange uses reminiscence arts practice, read about RADIQL™, our dementia research.