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Cambridgeshire & Peterborough NHS Foundation's Dementia Carers' Support Service (DCSS) is small team of volunteers supporting the carers of people living with dementia.
This activity is good for wellbeing because
- it’s a chance to give back by helping and supporting others;
- you’ll meet new people;
- you can share your skills and learn new ones.
How to contact
Where to go
Available throughout South Cambridgeshire District
Cambridgeshire & Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust’s (CPFT) Dementia Carers’ Support Service volunteers are trained, supported and supervised by experienced, professional CPFT staff to offer compassionate listening, signposting and support.
Hear Chris’s story of being a carer and volunteering with the Dementia Carers’ Support Service:
What to expect?
Nearly all of us know someone with dementia.
Many of us find ourselves caring for a parent, partner or family member who has dementia. Some of us who have been through this experience volunteer to help other carers along their journey. Starting from as little as an hour a week, or as much time as you can give, you really can make a difference in many ways.
Whether you want to develop new skills or give something back to your local community, you can make a real difference to dementia carers’ lives.
If you feel that you would be interested in volunteering for this service please call 01480 420311 for more information or email [email protected]
Volunteering for CPFT’s Dementia Carers’ Support Service is free. Training, expenses and a mobile phone will be provided.
If you feel you may need support from this service you can find more information here.
Hear Tricia’s experience of volunteering with CPFT Dementia Carers’ Support Service: