Alzheimer Café (Farnborough)


An Alzheimer Café is a gathering of people affected by and/or interested in dementia. Monthly gatherings are for the purpose of education, discussions, exchanging information about dementia, and for opportunities to socialise and meet others. Attending an Alzheimer Café is free of charge. People can come and go as they please, just like at a cafe. Alzheimer Cafés are open to people with dementia (any type of dementia; for as long as a person is comfortable in the cafe environment and with talks and discussions); family carers, friends, neighbours, social network; anyone interested in dementia, professionally or personally.

The Farnborough Alzheimer Café meets 11 months of the year on the third Friday evening of the month (18.30-20.30) taking 1 month as an annual break, usually in August. Participants have purely social gatherings twice-yearly (usually in December for seasonal festivities, and in July for a summer event).

About Alzheimer Cafe UK

The Alzheimer Cafe (AC) aims to help reduce the fear and stigma around dementia, to meet and socialise with others ‘in the same boat’ and to provide information about local services. There is a rolling programme of topics which are presented and discussed openly and sensitively, and guests are invited to participate and ask questions. ACs are organised and run entirely by volunteers.

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User Cost/Charge Information
Free of charge.

Find out more

Alzheimer Cafe UK

07938 175 002 (voicemail)




St Peter's Parish Centre
60 Church Avenue
Hampshire GU14 7AP

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