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Alzheimer's Society - South West London Branch


The Alzheimer's Society South West London Branch provides information and support to people with any type of dementia, and their carers across the boroughs of Wandsworth, Richmond and Kingston. The Branch has the following services in the borough of Wandsworth: Outreach Worker, Carer Support Group, Support Group for People with Dementia, Sunflower Cafe (Putney) Clover Cafe (Tooting) and Jasmine Cafe (Wandsworth)

Wandsworth Little Grey Cells (Early Stages Support Group)This group is for people diagnosed with dementia who are experiencing dementia symptoms in the early stages. Little Grey Cells Support Group will provide a safe environment for people with dementia to seek peer support, express concerns and find common solutions

Little Grey Cells runs on 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month 10.30 - 12 at St Pauls Communty Centre, Inner Park Rd, SW19 6ED

Tooting Group on 1st and 3rd Mondays of every month 10.30 - 12 at Hestia Age Actvity Centre, 966 Garratt Lane SW17 0ND

Evenng Carers Support Group  is held 3rd Thursday f evry month 6-7.30 Hail Hub, 178 Garratt Lane SW18 4DU

Singing for the Brain Fridays 2-4 Balham Baptist Church


The Garratt Lane office is temporarily closed and the Wandsworth team are location in the Merton dementia hub whilst new offices are sought.  The telephone line is diverted straight to the Merton hub

Area serviced:
Contact name:
Lorraine Bridger
020 8877 0033
Opening times:
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm- Visits by appointment only

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For some people later in their life the cells in the brain that are related to mental ability become damaged, causing a gradual decrease in the ability to think and remember. When this happens it is referred to as dementia. Dementia is a non-specific illness syndrome (set of signs and symptoms) in which affected areas of cognition may be memory, attention, language, and problem solving.
Entertainment and outings are provided by a number of clubs and organisations within Croydon and the surrounding areas.These can be easily accessed and more information can be obtained by contacting AGE UK or by calling the groups personally.
As many as one in four of us will have some sort of mental health problem in our lives, yet it’s still a taboo subject. It’s important to make sure you keep your emotional and mental health in check and recognise if there’s a problem.