following service(s) provide help and support for those with Alzhiemers
disease or Dementia:
Service Name: STARS Adult Day Centre
Service Description: We offer daycare for ladies and gents with Dementia
and those that are socially isolated. We cater to all levels of Dementia. We
offer activities and lunch for those wishing for social interaction and
Tel: 01905 355995
Address: Horizon Centre, Stanley Road, Worcester, WR5 1BE
Service Name: Age UK Worcester and Malvern Hills Dementia Meeting
Service Description: Meeting Centres for people with dementia and their carers.
10am-3pm one day a week in 5 venues across Worecester and Malvern Hills. A
mix of activities and companionship to help people with the changes that
dementia brings to their lives and their health and well-being.
Tel: 01905 724294, 01684 560666
Service Name: Age UK Herefordshire and Worcestershire Dementia
Service Description: Age UK Herefordshire & Worcestershire provide the
Dementia Wellbeing Service across Worcestershire as well as running community
centres across the two counties, with a focus on supporting people living
with dementia. The Dementia Well-being Service offers information, advice and
support for people living with dementia, as well as their family, friends and
carers. The Droitwich Spa Meeting Centre provides a safe and welcoming
environment for people adapting to a diagnosis of dementia.
Tel: 0800 008 6077
Service Name: Wychavon Music Workshops
Service Description: Fun music performances and workshops for people living
with dementia and their carers.
Tel: 01386 565396
Service Name: VIP Day Centre
Service Description: VIP Day Care Centre specialise in supporting people to
live well with all types of dementia, sensory impairments and disabilities in
Redditch & Bromsgrove.
Tel: 01527 375015
Service Name: Chaddesley Community Care
Service Description: Community Care Cafe is held every second Wednesday of each month, at 2:00 pm at Chaddesley Corbett Village Hall. The cafe provides entertainment and an opportunity to meet others. People suffering from Dementia and recovering from an illness are very welcome and anyone who is lonely and in need of company.