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Enabling you to live well with dementia

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Group Training & Support Sessions

We have a range of specific training and education sessions provided by the charity and other dementia service providers to ensure the latest dementia knowledge and experience is shared.

For People Living With Dementia

Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST)

Exercise for your brain – Themed sessions for people living with dementia symptoms with meaningful and cognitive activities, supported by the NHS dementia services.

These sessions run for 10 weeks, and attendance is required each week.
£5 per session; Refreshments included.
Registration and an assessment for the sessions is required.

Please contact Sage House Reception for dates and information on how to book by phone: 01243 888691 or email:

You will take part in:

  • Group Discussion

  • Quizzes

  • Writing

  • Reminiscence

  • Numeracy

  • Memory Skills

  • Communication Skills

  • Singing

  • Dexterity

  • Hand-eye co-ordination


For Carers

Empowering Carers Course

Empowering Carers and Families

A four week informational dementia carers course (2hrs per week) in response to carers need for information. The course content includes:

  • Advice and support for carers who are family/friends

  • A chance to enhance knowledge of dementia

  • Practical tips and strategies for managing dementia

  • An insight into what it is like for people living with dementia symptoms

  • An opportunity for discussion about being a dementia carer

  • Exploring different ways of getting dementia support and maintaining health and wellbeing

  • A chance to meet the dementia support professionals and ask questions

Dates for the next course are:

  • Thursday 25th May, 2 - 4pm: Understanding Dementia

  • Thursday 8th June, 2 - 4pm: Legal, Financial & General Care Information

  • Thursday 22nd June, 2 - 4pm: Dementia Communication and Challenging Behaviour

  • Thursday 6th July, 2 - 4pm: Carer Wellbeing

To book a place please contact us on: 01243 888 691 or email:

Carer's Support Group

Carers Support run dementia support groups for carers at Sage House; come along to this friendly group for support, information and to meet other dementia carers.

Held on the 1st Thursday of every month, 10.30am – 12noon, at Sage House.

For further details and booking link please click here or contact Carers Support by phone: 0300 028 8888 or email:

Grief Café

Informal and supportive group sessions held here at Sage House to help you on your journey to healing. These 2 hour sessions are held once a month over a three month period. Each session will cover each of these topics: 

  1. Guilt & Grief

  2. Memories & Moving Forward

  3. I'm (not) Fine & Self Care

In these sessions you will have the opportunity to

  • Receive specific tailored guidance for your grief journey

  • Speak without judgement in confidence

  • Gain an understanding of healing and wellbeing

Places are allocated by our Wayfinding team and limited to 10 people per session and many of our groups continue their monthly meetings independently once the course has finished. If this is something you are interested in, please contact our Wayfinding team on 01243 888691 or email

Outreach Groups

Dementia Support in the community.

Drop into our friendly local sessions for people living with dementia, their carers and those seeking social companionship.

These sessions include well-being activities including singing, creative activities, chair based exercise and chatting over refreshments. Pop in, make some new friends and chat to our Wayfinders. To view our list of locations and upcoming sessions please click here.

Everyday First Aid Session

Join our FREE, one-off First Aid session with the St John Ambulance Community Advocates on 13th July. Places are limited so please only book if you intend on attending.

Everyday First Aid
Everyday First Aid
13 Jul 2023, 14:00 – 15:30
Sage House,
Tangmere, Chichester PO20 2FP, UK
Carers Support Group
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