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Volunteer with Alzheimer’s Society to support people living with Dementia in Bristol. Do more. Explore more. Enjoy more. Sign up for Side by Side.
This fun, friendly, flexible volunteering opportunity matches you with someone with dementia so you can help them keep on doing the things they love – and try new things too.
That might be going to a football match. Catching the latest movie. A jog round the park, a splash in the pool, a mooch around the shops, a catch-up over coffee or supporting them to volunteer themselves.
Whatever they’d like to do, together you decide where and when. One thing you can
be sure of is bringing a lot of joy into someone’s life by empowering them to continue playing an active part in their community.
With someone developing dementia every three minutes, there are nearly 1,000 people waiting for volunteers right now.
Sign up for Side by Side and get ready to make a difference: not only to their lives, but to yours.
For more information please contact Melanie Allford on 01179 610 693 or email email@example.com
Have your voice heard and join the Dementia HIT Volunteer Panel
The Bristol Health Partners’ Dementia Health Integration Team (HIT) has set up a Volunteer Panel. You can join the panel if you would like to hear about patient & public involvement activities relevant to dementia.
Involvement activities might include:
You don’t have to take part in any of the activities you are offered.
The panel is open to people with dementia, their carers and interested members of the public.
Further information can be found on their website here
email: firstname.lastname@example.org / Tel: 0117 4148238
The Retired and Senior Volunteer Programme (RSVP) provides volunteering opportunities that allow older people over 50 to play an active role in their communities.
Contact: 0117 922 4392
Contact address: RSVP West Region, The CREATE Centre, Smeaton Road, Bristol, BS1 6XN
We launched an innovative series of short films in six different languages giving information about dementia and relevant support services in the city. You can view the films from our homepage or via our YouTube channel and hardcopies are available from 0117 904 5151
Marvin Rees, Bristol Mayor: “Thank you for sharing these films with me. They will be a really useful tool for engaging with those communities who may otherwise find it difficult to access information on dementia.”
Posted at 09:16 on 01/08/2017
BREAKING NEWS! Our new short films talking about dementia and how you get can support in Bristol are now live!
Please click on the links under 'Dementia - Your questions answered' above
Posted at 16:11 on 31/07/2017
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