Activities & Events
Here you’ll find more information about our range of regular activities for people living with or affected by dementia and their carers. Our groups are very popular so do please contact us to check that we have spaces.
A weekly musical therapy programme specifically designed for people with dementia.
An award-winning social swimming group run in partnership with Health & Community Services.
A weekly art as therapy programme for people with dementia, their families and carers.
The Forget-me-Not Café takes place on Maple Ward every Wednesday afternoon. This activity afternoon is run by Health & Community Services supported by a number of regular JAA volunteers who provide refreshments and read and talk to the residents.
BSK Coffee Group
Another partnership with Health & Community Services, this group offers those who are earlier in their illness the opportunity to meet together and keep well.
Carer Support Sessions
A monthly meeting attended by those currently caring for a loved one.
A more social support group for families, friends and carers of people with dementia.
JAA arrange a number of events (see our calendar) during the year, inviting anybody affected by dementia and their families to attend. These have included cinema trips, a Liberation Tea Party and a concert by Jersey Songsmiths.
The Saturday Club
Offers a weekly day care service allowing carers some essential time out. The Saturday Club supports up to 20 people each week and is partly funded by Health & Community Services.
Click here for our calendar of activities. Our range of activities are aimed at those who are living with or affected by dementia, as well as people wanting to volunteer to help out.
Did you know?
Did you know is costs over £300,000 each year to fund the services of the JAA, almost all of which is supported by fundraising.