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Memory Matters South West is a Community Interest Company

Therapeutic Approaches to
Memory Loss & Dementia

We are a community interest company (CIC). We providing a range of therapy, support services and education to help people to live well.

Memory Matters SW CIC is a social enterprise. We trade for public benefit rather than private gain and all our projects and services are designed, developed and  built on the needs of those living with dementia.

We are a team of dedicated individuals who share an ethos of compassion, kindness, fun and curiosity. The team is led by founders Kate and Laura, qualified nurses and social entrepreneurs.

We are champions of Cognitive Stimulation Therapy, a therapy proven to slow the progression of dementia and increase quality of life. We weave this into all our services with the guidance of the very people we serve.

Improving the lives of people living with dementia

Our aim is to work closely with individuals and relevant agencies and organisations in the South West to reach a time where every person living with dementia can live well, supported and with happiness.

TESTIMONIAL

"I cannot express how wonderful I found the whole experience I felt understood, reassured comforted, inspired and came away with a wealth of information. We truly bless the day we found Memory Matters."
Mr. Emmett, Saltash

Case Studies

We provide many services for those living with and working in the field of dementia. To explain what they are we thought we would let our clients share their stories with you.

Plymouth Activity Day Club

Memory Matters SW CIC run day club in Plymouth. Our Activity Day Clubs are for people living with mild to moderate dementia and are aimed to engage individuals in fun and therapeutic activity with others in the same situation.

Gaining confidence through training

Memory Matters provide training for many different organisations.  Sophie attended our Activity & Occupation Training. “I was working in the care sector as an activity coordinator and wanted to find dementia training that had an activity based focus as was…