Our vital research and the support we are able to give those diagnosed with dementia wouldn’t be possible without our loyal partners. Whether it be through funding, donations, facilities or volunteers, the effect of their generosity is making a difference to the lives of all of our members.
During the COVID 19 pandemic ADRE has been implementing all government restrictions to protect our vulnerable members. Group activities will be running when restrictions allow and our At Home service will continue uninterrupted. While no legal restrictions are in place, we will continue to exercise caution by checking temperature, using hand sanitiser, wearing visors indoors, increasing ventilation, operating an appointment system and limiting group sizes to ensure suitable distancing. All our members, carers, staff and volunteers are advised to be fully vaccinated.
Below is the timetable for activities running at Our House. If you would like to enquire about any of these activities or you would like to visit our café please call 01455 550416 or email email@example.com
If you would like to find out more about the programme for the Lutterworth Share and Care Group please click below.
Our training programme is currently under development. This will include Masterclasses and bespoke Tier 1 and 2 dementia training for organisations, businesses and the health and social care workforce.
We are conducting research into community based interventions for Mild Cognitive Impairment and early stage dementia in partnership with the University of Northampton Dementia Research and Innovation Centre.
During the COVID19 Pandemic, we adapted our normal group-based programme of activities in community venues into an innovative, flexible, and unique person-centred ‘At Home Social Support’ Service for all of our members. This is an individualised CST-based programme of support and cognitive activities delivered via email/text/video call/doorstep visits/walks/garden visits depending on need and current regulations. We also undertake physical and mental wellbeing checks and signpost members to appropriate services if concerns are raised. In the future, we will continue to deliver this service for people who cannot access groups due to health vulnerabilities, reduced mobility, enhanced cognitive decline, or remote location.
This service has been supported by funding from the National lottery and Leicestershire County Council.