About

The Young Onset Dementia Support Group was set up in 2011 by the St George’s Hospital Neurology Department. The meetings now run monthly and are designed to provide information and peer to peer support for people with young onset dementia, their families and in a relaxed environment. Each support group meeting includes a talk or presentation, a break out session for questions, discussion time to meet other people who are living with young onset dementia and their families and finishing with some Cognitive Stimulation Activity. The meetings are held in the John Parker Lecture Theatre, Atkinson Morley Wing, St George’s Hospital in the evenings with disabled friendly facilities and refreshments provided.

Map to Support Group in John Parker Lecture Theatre

 

Next support group meeting

Date: Wednesday 30th October
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Location: John Parker Lecture Theatre

Come along and join Nikki, Jenny, Alexis, Matt and Elaine at the St George’s Young Onset Support Group.

We have Colin Morris from Department of Work and Pensions as a Guest Speaker. Also visiting in a separate room, we have VRCalm demonstrating a new virtual reality experience exploring a relaxing, stimulated environment.

If you could please confirm your attendance it would be very helpful – email nikki@cog-neuro-support.com or text 07841 848 909.

October YOD Flyer

Upcoming Dates:

Thursday 28th November
Thursday 19th December – Memory Disco & Christmas Party

All in John Parker Lecture Theatre

Enquiries to nikki@cog-neuro-support.com or text 07841 848 909.

 

Support Group Newsletter

Download September Newsletter

 

Would you like to attend the next support group meeting?

If you are would like to talk to us about the support group or are interested in attending the next meeting, please use the Contact Us form.

 

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