The Dementia Support Service is a new project between five key organisations across Swansea and Neath Port Talbot. They are Age Cymru West Glamorgan, Care and Repair Western Bay, Citizens Advice, Neath Port Talbot Carers Service and Swansea Carers Centre. The partnership service aims are to help you live well with dementia, with person-centred support and information. The team are there to support you and your needs, or those of your family, friends, and carers. The service is available Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm – please call 01792 277 778 or email
Live and Learn Dementia Project
As part of the service, Swansea Carers Centre have launched their Live and Learn Dementia project.
A diagnosis of Dementia often creates more questions that answers. If you are caring for someone with Dementia, then Live and Learn Dementia can offer you accessible sessions on all aspects of understanding dementia, how to plan for the future, wellbeing activities and more. You can meet other Dementia Carers and have the support of others at a time when you need it most.
Live and Learn Dementia will complement dementia services already provided by Swansea Carers Centre, such as the Dementia support groups, and advice and information provided by the Dementia Co-ordinator.
What’s On and When
The Project What’s On guide has sessions running weekly until Christmas. They include Anita Tomaszewski from Me, Myself & I, An Introduction to Dementia by Nick Johnson, Caring at Christmas with Alex Waters, Memories Through Music and some festive activities too. There will be two of most of the sessions, one will be in person at the Carers Cwtsh by the Carers Centre and the other half online to ensure as many carers as possible can access them.
Meet The Team
Elinor Evans started working at Swansea Carers Centre in January on the Carers Connect Project. El has a background in community development and social care. She is also a registered Social Worker. “I am excited to start this new role and listen to what activities Carers of those living with Dementia Need” Contact El via email at email@example.com
Georgia Shepherd has worked at Swansea Carers Centre for over 3 years and has worked on different training projects. “I’m looking forward to starting a new training programme for Carers supporting individuals with Dementia.” Contact Georgia via email at firstname.lastname@example.org