Day Care About this service

Monasterevin Day Care Service

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10am-4pm

  • Day Care Centre
  • The Courtyard
  • Moore Abbey
  • Monasterevin
  • Co. Kildare
  • Contact: Marie Boland
  • Phone: 045 536 717 / 086 043 5550
  • Email: asimonasterevin@alzheimer.ie

Maynooth Day Care

Every 2nd Saturday of Month

  • Maynooth Day Care Centre,
  • Dunboyne Road,
  • Carton Square,
  • Maynooth,
  • Co. Kildare
  • Contact: Mary Bolger
  • Phone: 086 607 5089 / 059 863 2906

Home Care About this service

Kildare Home Care Service

  • The Gate Lodge
  • St. Vincents Hospital
  • Athy
  • Co. Kildare
  • Contact: Ms Mary Bolger
  • Phone: 086 6075089
  • Email: asiathy@alzheimer.ie

Support Groups About this service

Under 65 Family Carer Support Group

A Support Group for family members of people with dementia who are under 65 meets in Dublin on the first Tuesday of each month between 8pm and 10pm.

  • Bloomfield Care Centre
  • Stocking Lane
  • Rathfarnham
  • Dublin 14
  • Co. Dublin
  • Contact: Adrienne McAvinue / Frances Redmond
  • Phone: 086 838 1215 / 086 792 6766 / 01 862 5706

Kilcock Support Group

Meets the last Wednesday of every month 3.30 to 5.30pm (no meeting end of August).

  • Mountpleasant Lodge Nursing Home
  • Kilcock
  • Co. Kildare
  • Contact: Mary Bolger
  • Phone: 086 6075089
  • Email: asiathy@alzheimer.ie

Newbridge Support Group

Contact Mary Bolger for information re dates and times. Normally 7-9pm

  • St. Anne's Parish Hall
  • Station Road
  • Newbridge
  • Co. Kildare
  • Contact: Mary Bolger
  • Phone: 086 6075089
  • Email: asiathy@alzheimer.ie

Sister Rice Support Group /Info-Drop-In

One day per month on the last Wednesday of the month

  • ASI Building
  • Ballingappa Road
  • Clane
  • Co. Kildare
  • Contact: Mary Bolger
  • Phone: 086 607 5089
  • Email: asiathy@alzheimer.ie

Person with Dementia Support Group

This is a monthly support group and meeting point for persons with dementia. Meeting on the last Thursday of each month in the afternoon from 2-4pm.

  • Carmelite Community Centre
  • Beside White Friar Street Church
  • 56, Aungier Street
  • Dublin 2
  • Co. Dublin
  • Contact: Mary Hickey
  • Phone: 086 607 9614
  • Email: mhickey@alzheimer.ie

Alzheimer Café About this service

Alzheimer Cafe, Naas, Co. Kildare

Last Wednesday of every month (apart from December), from 7-9pm

Alzheimer Cafe, Leixlip, Co. Kildare

On the second Wednesday of every month, 7-9pm. Turn left immediately before Confey Church. Lots of free parking.

Other Support & Services

Befriending Service Kildare

Athy Care and Repair Service

A free care and repair service for elderly people in the Athy area. The aim is to provide free basic services such as minor repairs, trade referrals, a quote check service. The initiative, which was launched by Athy Age Action, is run in conjunction with the Social Inclusion Manager of Kildare Leader Partnership, Pat Leogue, and TUS.

  • Phone: 087 4422960

Newbridge Care and Repair Service

A free care and repair service for elderly people in the Newbridge area. The aim is to provide free basic services such as minor repairs, trade referrals, a quote check service. The initiative, which was launched by Newbridge Age Action and Newbridge Parish Pastoral Council

  • Phone: 087 2533233

Contact

South Eastern Centre of Operations

  • Unit 5
  • Building 125
  • Omni Park Shopping Centre
  • Santry, Dublin 9
  • Co. Dublin
  • Phone: 01 862 5706
Call the National helpline on 1 800 341 341

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