Supports & services for you
This is a confidential and free service for people with dementia and their families provided by the Alzheimer Society of Ireland. The service provides practical information and a listening ear. If you have a question or just want to talk, call 1800 341 341 or email email@example.com. The service is open Monday to Friday, 10 am to 5 pm and Saturday 10 am to 4 pm.
The Alzheimer Society of Ireland have a number Dementia Adviser's who are available to meet you and answer questions you may have. They can provide you with information and help you to access supports and services in your area. To find out where our Dementia Adviser's are based call 1800 341 341 or click here.
The Alzheimer Society of Ireland run social clubs where people with dementia and a family member or friend come together to meet others. The clubs meet weekly, in the morning or afternoon. It is a social occasion, where people have a chat over a cup of tea or coffee. Often the groups organise an outing or an activity for the meeting. Some clubs have organised weekends away for their groups. To find where our social clubs are based call 1800 341 341 or click here
The Alzheimer Cafe is a monthly get together for people with dementia and their families. Usually the cafe is run in the early evening and light refreshments are provided but some meet during the day. At the meetings people have an opportunity to talk with each other and with a guest speaker who is invited to talk about a particular topic. To find where our Alzheimer Cafe's are based call 1800 341 341 or click here.
The Alzheimer Society of Ireland is running some Cognitive Stimulation Therapy course for people with mild to moderate dementia in a number of locations in Ireland. To read more about this course and to contact current group facilitators call 1800 341 341 or click here
You can also read about services provided by the Alzheimer Society such as home care, day care and respite care by visit our Services and supports section.