Although the current pandemic has caused disruption and severe changes to everyday life, one local charity has adapted their services to still meet the needs of their clients. Teesside Dementia Link Services (TDLS), Stockton, works to support those living with dementia, and their carers. CEO and founder Gail Walker gained charity status in the summer of […]
If you shop using Amazon you could now help support us as well, and best of all it costs you nothing. When you shop using the smile.amazon.co.uk website and purchase any eligible products, the Amazon Smile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price directly to us, and best of all its at no extra […]
We were amazed and humbled by the amount of love and support we received today 25 people said they were attending in the end it was closer to 80 including 4 people with Dementia. We are not sure of the total raised but it will be in the region of £1,000. Every penny we […]
Congratulations to Brian on completing the North Coast 500 Brian left Inverness at 4.35 am and arrived at John O’groats 136 miles later. He decided to go anticlockwise because lack of light and narrow roads. If you haven’t already please go and support Brian by donating below: Donate Here We are so grateful for […]
This week we had the pleasure of meeting the MP for Stockton North Alex Cunningham who came down to your regular Stockton Sweet Cafe to meet our team and volunteers. What a very nice and caring man he is. Best of all he is very knowledgeable about Dementia and the needs of carers, what a […]
Riding my Motorcycle 500 miles in less than 24 hrs for Teesside Dementia Link Service because TDLS were there for me when I lost both parents. Read more and donate on Brian’s Just Giving page
Congratulation to our trustee Margaret Irwin on winning Trustee of the Year
Sunday 10th May 2020
The Government tonight made some changes to the advice about how we should proceed in the next moth or so regarding keeping safe from the COVID ’19 virus.
NONE of the new advice applies to you, most of us are in the higher risk group so we should carry on as we have been over the last 6 weeks
1 Stay at home
2 Keep 7 feet away from people who do not live at your house.
3 You can go for a drive in your car if you are feeling stressed about staying in, or the person you care for does not understand they can not go out and insists they want to go out. Take some snacks and try to stay in the car.
4 If you do go for a walk choose a time with less people outside and keep your
There is still lots of help around, and we are here too, even if you just want a chat.
Chin up and carry on
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