Day Care About this service

Lily of the Valley Day Care Centre

Monday to Wednesday 9.30-3.30pm

St. Claire's Day Care Centre

Thursday and Friday 9.30am-3.30pm

  • Ballywaltrim
  • Killarney Road
  • Bray
  • Co. Wicklow
  • Contact: Laurence Collins
  • Phone: 0404 29928, 0404 29929, 086 272 2551
  • Email: laurence.collins@alzheimer.ie

Home Care About this service

Wicklow Home Care Service

  • Alzheimer Society of Ireland
  • McAuley Court, Woodstock Street North
  • St. Vincents Hospital
  • Athy, Co. Kildare
  • Co. Wicklow
  • Contact: Mary Bolger
  • Phone: 059 86 32906 / 086 607 5089
  • Email: asiathy@alzheimer.ie

Support Groups About this service

Wicklow Support Group

Meets the second Monday of every month from 7pm-9pm

  • Alzheimer Society of Ireland
  • Arus Lorcain Hall
  • Castle Park
  • Arklow
  • Co. Wicklow
  • Contact: Laurence Collins
  • Phone: 0404 29929, 086 272 2551
  • Email: laurence.collins@alzheimer.ie

Under 65 Family Carer Support Group

A Support Group for family members of people with dementia who are under 65 meets in Dublin on the first Tuesday of each month between 8pm and 10pm.

  • Bloomfield Care Centre
  • Stocking Lane
  • Rathfarnham
  • Dublin 14
  • Co. Dublin
  • Contact: Adrienne McAvinue / Frances Redmond
  • Phone: 086 838 1215 / 086 792 6766 / 01 862 5706

Person with Dementia Support Group

This is a monthly support group and meeting point for persons with dementia. Meeting on the last Thursday of each month in the afternoon from 2-4pm.

  • Carmelite Community Centre
  • Beside White Friar Street Church
  • 56, Aungier Street
  • Dublin 2
  • Co. Dublin
  • Contact: Mary Hickey
  • Phone: 086 607 9614
  • Email: mhickey@alzheimer.ie

Other Support & Services

Wicklow Town Social Club, Wicklow Dementia Support

This group meets every Thursday from 10:30am to 12 in the Church hall

  • Methodist Church Hall
  • Wicklow Town
  • Co. Wicklow
  • Contact: Michael Fisher
  • Phone: 087 983 3931
  • Email: mnjfisher2@gmail.com

Greystones Carer Support Group

This group meets every Friday at 11am

Bray Support Group, Bray Carers Association

This group meets on the last Wednesday of every month from 11am to 1pm

  • Little Bray Family Resource Centre
  • Ard Chulainn
  • Fassaroe
  • Bray
  • Co. Wicklow
  • Contact: June Keogh
  • Phone: 086 021 3801 / 086 172 6300
  • Email: wicklow@carersireland.com

Wicklow Alzheimer Cafe

Last Thursday of every month 2.30-4pm

  • Bray Old Folks Association
  • Killarney Road
  • Bray
  • Co. Wicklow
  • Contact: Joyce Jones
  • Phone: 01 2115179

Alz Pals, Wicklow Dementia Support

This is a befriending service for those in the early stages of dementia, who require friendship and stimulation.

Siel Bleu Physical Activities

Siel Bleu holds a range of physical activity sessions which are open for people with dementia and their carers to attend. The cost per session is €5. Siel Bleu also offers one to one classes which can be held in people’s homes at a cost of €30 per session. The class timetable with details of the groups taking place in Wicklow can be viewed at this link http://www.sielbleu.ie/communities/

Contact

South Eastern Centre of Operations

  • Bethany House,
  • Barrack St,
  • Carlow.
  • Co. Carlow
  • Phone: 01 862 5706

Wicklow Branch

  • Lily of the Valley Day Care Centre
  • Nolan House
  • Rathdrum
  • Co. Wicklow
  • Phone: 0404 29929
Call the National helpline on 1 800 341 341

Wicklow News & Events

27 October 2017

Collection Weekend

13 October 2017

Table Quiz

13 September 2017

Monthly Social Club

Nationwide News & Events

4 September 2017

Eating well with dementia

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