The Alz Dementia Café is an independent run service and is not part of the City of Wolverhampton Council existing dementia centres.
The Cafe which operates out of the Penn United Reformed Church is a meeting place for people with dementia or memory loss, their families and friends. The aim of the service is to provide a safe, welcoming environment for people with dementia and their family, friends and carers in the company of other carers, volunteers and health and social care professionals.
It offers emotional support, information and the opportunity for people living with the impact of a dementia to network with others in the same situation. There is live music and the opportunity to dance. There is also a buffet or hot food provided - all free of charge. No referral necessary - everyone is welcome.
For further details please contact Julie Grainger or Mavis Yeomans directly on the details shown below or refer to the "Downloads" section of this page.
For details about the Dementia Cafe's run by the City of Wolverhampton Council in association with the Alzheimers Association please see the Flyer in the Useful Documents section of this page.