Harry & Mary, Bradford

Memory Tree service update - July 2024:

NEW EXERCISE CLASS FOR SUMMER 2024!

The Memory Tree are excited to be starting a new gentle exercise class with Helen Parsons from Discover Tai Chi.
The first class will run on Friday 19 July.
Join us for easy and enjoyable movement routines that can be done seated or standing.
Adapted from Tai Chi the class will be run in a safe and welcoming environment and there will also be plenty of time for refreshments and making new friends.

WHEN
3rd Friday of every month from 1.30 pm to 2.45 pm

WHERE
Keighley Shared Church Hall, Market Street, Keighley, BD21 5AD
(in St Andrew’s Churchyard between Morrisons and the Markets)

2024 DATES
19th July, 16th August, 20th September, 18th October, 15th November, 20th December

COST
FREE!  With thanks to funding from Bradford Council and The Harry & Mary Foundation; extra donations to help with running costs are welcome

BOOKINGS & ENQUIRIES
Elizabeth Anderson, 01274 583364 : 07766 220725 : elizabeth@thememorytree.org.uk

REFERRAL GUIDELINES
• Designed for people with dementia living at home to attend with their main carer.
• If the main carer can’t come, or the person lives alone, the person with dementia can come with someone else (friend, neighbour, relative or a paid companion).
• Booking is helpful but not essential.
THE EXERCISE CLASS IS IN ADDITION TO OUR “TIME-TOGETHER : TIME-APART’ MEETINGS WHICH CONTINUE AS NORMAL

"TIME TOGETHER - TIME APART"
Memory Clubs

Our Memory Clubs meet twice a month in 5 different locations with the Bradford District to bring together people with dementia and those who care for them.

During the first half of meetings people enjoy refreshments together whilst participating in reminiscence discussions, games, sing-a-longs and other dementia-friendly activities.

In the second half carers can go through to another room to talk to each other in confidence if they wish whilst we continue dementia-friendly activities in the main room.

Carers can attend meetings alone (for example if the person with dementia is at day care or in residential care) but people with dementia need to be accompanied by a supporter. This is usually the main carer but it does not have to be, it could be a friend, neighbour, relative or paid companion.

Please contact Elizabeth or Susan to book using the contact details below before coming to your first meeting.

Groups Run by Elizabeth and Bob

For bookings and referrals please contact Elizabeth Anderson 
Phone: 01274 583364       |       Text: 07766 220725
Email: elizabeth@thememorytree.org.uk

The Memory Tree
@ Low Moor

1st and 3rd Wednesdays
10.30am – 12.15pm
Aldersgate Methodist Church, Common Rd, Low Moor,
BD12 0TW

The Memory Tree
@ Idle

2nd and 4th Tuesdays
11.00am – 12.45pm

Idle Baptist Church,
Bradford Road, Idle,
BD10 9PE

The Memory Tree
@ Shipley

2nd and 4th Wednesdays
11.00am – 12.45pm

St Peter’s Church, The Lounge, Moorhead Lane, Shipley,
BD18 4JH

The Memory Tree
@ Keighley

2nd and 4th Fridays
1.30pm – 3.15pm

Keighley Shared Church Hall, Market Street, Keighley,
BD21 5AD

Group Run by Susan Collins and Burley Dementia Action Group

For bookings and referrals please contact Susan Collins on 01943 864424

The Memory Tree @ Burley-in-Wharfedale

1st and 3rd Thursdays
2pm – 4pm

The Parish Centre, Station Road,  Burley-in-Wharfedale, LS29 7NE

Useful Phone Numbers

Local support & advice
Bradford Dementia Hub: 01274 065060
Carers’ Resource: 0808 501 5939
Dementia Friendly Keighley: 01535 602529
Equality Together: 01274 594173

Getting Help

Adult Social Care Access Point: 01274 435400
(if you can’t get through ring Carers’ Resource, Bradford Dementia Hub or Dementia Friendly Keighley on the numbers above).

For medical concerns and issues relating to carer fatigue contact your GP Surgery OR NHS 111 (telephone or online)

First Response: (help in a Mental Health Crisis): 0800 952 1181

MIND Bradford: 0800 1 884 884 (Guide-Line) | Mind in Bradford 

If a person with dementia has gone missing – contact the police: non-emergency, 101; emergency 999

If you are concerned you or the person you care for is having a stroke ring 999

F (Face), A (Arms), S (Speech), T (Time to ring the ambulance)

In any other emergency ring 999

National helplines – leave a message asking them to ring you back if you can’t get through straight away:
Admiral Nurses UK: 0800 888 6678
Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Connect Line: 0333 150 3456

Useful websites
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Find us at the office

The Memory Tree CIC, 22 Bankfield Drive, Shipley, West Yorkshire, BD18 4AD

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Elizabeth Anderson
01274 583364

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