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Meersbrook Memory Cafe

First Thursday of the month 10 am - 12 noon
The cafe is a chance to take some time out, relax and socialise in a safe and welcoming environment. We have information about living with dementia as well as resources for carers.

Memory Time Cafe

Every first Thursday of the month 10.00 am —12.00 noon. MEMORY TIME CAFE – THE VENUE – STOCKSBRIDGE – 10 AM – 12 NOON We are offering a friendly social setting for those “living well with dementia” and their Carer, older and vulnerable people. Every FIRST Thursday of the month 10.00 am —12.00 noon.
Dave Cooper
0114 283 0141

Memory Time Cafe & Carers Support Group

We are offering a friendly social setting for those “living well with dementia” and their Carer, older and vulnerable people. ALSO CARERS SUPPORT GROUP
Dave Cooper
0114 283 0141

Ready Steady Go - Darnall Childrens Centre

Ready Steady Go is a support group for parents and carers of children with disabilities aged 0-5 years. Offers an opportunity for parents and carers to meet and share information and have a chat over coffee whilst their children play. Meets at the centre in…

Recycling Revolution

Recycling Revolution is a social enterprise in Sheffield operating as a waste management company. Collects recycling from many businesses across the city and returns it to the processing unit where it is sorted and baled for sale on the recycling market. Recycling Revolution offers placements…

Remember When... A cafe for Body and Mind

Serving healthy food and sweet treats, in a cosy venue with stunning views, we provide an ambiance and activities to stimulate memories and conversation. We serve home cooked food, all made from the freshest of ingredients which have been  locally sourced where possible.  We aim to combat loneliness and social…

Sheffield Alcohol Support Service (SASS)

Office is open Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm, Friday 9am-4.30pm
Sheffield Alcohol Support Service (SASS) Overall Aim To enable people to change their lives through a range of specialist alcohol, drug and family centred services. SASS has been supporting people with alcohol problems since it formed in 1978. We are a registered charity (no: 1087215)…

Sheffield Carers Centre

Sheffield Carers Centre offers support and information to all unpaid adult carers who provide unpaid care for a family member or friend due to an illness, disability, mental health issue, frailty or substance misuse.
Carer Advice Line - 0114 272 8362 Office and General Enquiries - 0114 278 8942

Sheffield Carers Centre - Carers Café

Sheffield Carers Centre hold a monthly café specifically for carers whoever they support, whatever their disability or health problem. The café provides an opportunity to talk to staff and volunteers and to chat to other carers. All carers are welcome to attend the support cafe with or without…

Sheffield Carers Centre Drop-In Advice Sessions

You may prefer to speak to a Carer Advisor face-to-face, or your caring situation may make it difficult for you to talk privately on the phone. If so, the drop-in is for you. Short sessions of up to 20 minutes are available for carers to access advice…

Sheffield Mencap & Gateway - Sharing caring project

The project works with family carers over 55 of people with a learning disability and or Autism. Our particular focus is to keep in touch and help families to create emergency plans and to support them to think about the future and longer term plans.

Sheffield Young Carers (SYC)

We offer support to children and young people aged 8-25 who live in Sheffield and are young carers. Being a young carer means they provide care for one or more family members who have disabilities, long-term physical illnesses, and/or mental health difficulties. They may be providing physical, personal, financial and/or emotional care. We also offer support to children and young people aged 8-25 who live in Sheffield and are affected by drug and alcohol issues in their family (now or in the past).

Sporting Memories

Monday 11am-12pm
A relaxed social event aimed at older men, especially those living with dementia,although anyone in need of company is welcome
Helen Peck
0114 2039533

Stroke Association: Caring and You service

Face-to-face programmes for the Carers of Stroke survivors, designed to help reduce the emotional and physical challenges of being a carer.

Stroke Association: Emotional Support

Individual counselling sessions for stroke survivors, carers and their family members, helping people to come to terms with what has happened to them.

UK Addiction Treatment Centres

UKAT always addresses the individual as a whole and will tailor treatment to the addiction and long-term recovery of the patient. All UKAT centres have a family programme dedicated to helping family members.
Eytan Alexander
08005118111

Unforgettable Me Memory Cafe

Monday and Friday 9.30am till 11.30am
The Memory Café is aimed at supporting adults with early stage Dementia and their carers.
Louise Askew
0114 3279727

Valley Recreational Activity Community Project

Valley Recreational Activity Community Project is a non-profit making charity that works with any age group but mainly over 50s, people who just want to meet people or join in with activities. People with disabilities and people with mobility problems are most welcome. The group…
Kath Travis
07596 130043

Woodhouse Mens Social Group

Friendly Men's social group for over 50's in Woodhouse, people living with Dementia and their carer, older and vulnerable people
Nicola Garnett
07736221829 01142690222
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