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The Memory Café at Cambridge Manor Care Home supports people living with dementia, as well as those who care for them. Activities include sing-along sessions, talks, presentations and afternoon tea. The sessions are free to attend.
This activity is good for wellbeing because
- It provides an opportunity to interact with others which can combat loneliness;
- It is a safe space for people with dementia and their carers to share experiences and receive support;
- Taking part in activities is stimulating and can boost mental wellbeing.
How to contact
Where to go
Cambridge Manor Care Home
33 Milton Rd
What to expect
The Memory Café is held every other month. It is open to residents of Cambridge Manor Care Home and their families, and also anyone in the wider Cambridge community who is living with dementia or supporting someone who is.
The sessions give an opportunity for people to share their stories and exchange knowledge, ideas, and experiences with others in similar circumstances. Activities are arranged during the sessions, including sing-alongs and talks. For more information on upcoming sessions contact Amber Christou on [email protected] or call 01223363904.
There is limited parking available on site – visitors are welcome to use the parking bays if they are free. Alternatively there is a paid car park at the Boathouse pub on Chesterton Road which is a short walk away, and some street parking on Chesterton Road. There is a bus stop very near to Cambridge Manor.
The Memory Café is free to attend and complimentary refreshments are provided.