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Memory Matters Workshops

Founded by Laura and Kate in 2010, Memory Matters has evolved from a small non-profit supporting people experiencing dementia to a respected front runner in advocating for and providing quality evidence-based therapy. With the support of a dedicated team who share the Memory Matters ethos, the two nurses created, developed and launched Memory Matters Workshops. All their work is based on the Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) principles which is proven to slow the progress of dementia and increase quality of life.

The fully funded workshops reach out and support people who are diagnosed, and introduces a social environment of 15 x half day workshops across locations in Cornwall. The workshops are led by our trained ‘Memory Matters Facilitators’ who are dedicated to help you to Live Well with Dementia.

Boosts confidence and offers an environment where you aren't the only one going through this; you're not alone.

Proven to slow the progress of dementia through Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST).

Provides a informal, supportive and safe environment to meet like minded people, and new friends.

Share common everyday difficulties with others who really understand and may be experiencing the same feelings and worries. Our beneficiaries help each other and give a little back in supporting each person's unique experience with dementia.

Memory Matters offers you the support, tools and solutions to be able to Live Well with Dementia.

We offer workshops at 5 locations in Cornwall. More coming soon!

Who to contact

Contact name
Contact position
Office Manager
01752 243333

Where to go

Memory Matters
The Annexe, Priory Bungalow
Priory Road
PL31 2AE

Time / date details

Time of day
Session information
After the 15 week course
maintenance sessions will be available in the afternoons

Other details


The workshops are fully funded


Referral required
Referral details


  • Mild- moderate dementia
  • Independent with daily living skills

Please call Christine to register interest. Workshops will begin again in January.

Last updated: 07/02/2019

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