Our 10th anniversary

We are celebrating 10 years of ‘ADS’ – 10 years of supporting people with Dementia, their Carers and Families in Windsor, Ascot, Maidenhead, Slough, and Langley.

Latest news & events

Our social media channels are regularly updated with news, activities and events, so make sure you follow us to stay up-to-date with our stories.

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

Sometimes feelings and emotions can cause People with Dementia to behave in ways that are unusual to them and are a result of the Dementia condition. These behaviours can sometimes challenge others to understand what the person is communicating.​

This is why we've founded 'ADS' 10 years ago – to help people in the local community whose lives are directly or indirectly affected by Dementia.​

Don't be afraid to ask for help! We, the team of Alzheimers Dementia Support 'ADS' Charity are here ready to support you.​

💛💙❤️​


💛💙❤️​

#AlzheimersDementiaSupport
mersDementiaSupport Support ty onday earsOfADS s ptoms
... See MoreSee Less

Sometimes feelings and emotions can cause People with Dementia to behave in ways that are unusual to them and are a result of the Dementia condition. These behaviours can sometimes challenge others to understand what the person is communicating.​

This is why weve founded ADS 10 years ago – to help people in the local community whose lives are directly or indirectly affected by Dementia.​

Dont be afraid to ask for help! We, the team of Alzheimers Dementia Support ADS Charity are here ready to support you.​

💛💙❤️​

#AlzheimersDementiaSupport #ADSCharity #AwarenessMonday #10YearsOfADS #Dementia #DementiaAwareness #DementiaSymptoms #StayInformed #BeAware​

When someone you love becomes unable to care for themself, it can be a heart-breaking experience for the whole family. But, as your loved one’s primary caregiver, you see their struggles up-close and personal in a way others don’t, which can be a huge emotional burden to bear.​

Remember that WE are here for YOU with thoughtful support and guidance! ​

💛💙❤️​

#AlzheimersDementiaSupport #ADSCharity #MotivationalQuote #MotivationSunday #10YearsOfADS #Dementia #bekind #care #caregiver #StayPositive #PositiveThoughts #CompassionateCare #caregiving #CarersAreHeroes​
... See MoreSee Less

When someone you love becomes unable to care for themself, it can be a heart-breaking experience for the whole family. But, as your loved one’s primary caregiver, you see their struggles up-close and personal in a way others don’t, which can be a huge emotional burden to bear.​

Remember that WE are here for YOU with thoughtful support and guidance! ​

💛💙❤️​

#AlzheimersDementiaSupport #ADSCharity #MotivationalQuote #MotivationSunday #10YearsOfADS #Dementia #bekind #care #caregiver #StayPositive #PositiveThoughts #CompassionateCare #caregiving #CarersAreHeroes​

🛒 Are you ready for shopping? We are happy to announce that our 'ADS' Charity Shop will be reopening tomorrow!​

We want to reassure our customers that we will be providing a safe environment for both our clients and staff. Therefore, we took the following safety measures:​

💛 The entire shop has been quarantined for a minimum of 72 hours prior to re-opening;​

💙 We have a sanitizing station in place and we encourage you to use it before shopping with us;​

❤️ All donations are always quarantined for 72 hours before made available for sale.​

We’re very excited to reopen our doors and welcome you back to our shop again!​

💛💙❤️​

#AlzheimersDementiaSupport #ADSCharity #10YearsOfADS #DementiaShop #ADSCharityShop #charityshopping #reopening
... See MoreSee Less

We would like to send our deepest condolences during this sad time. Our thoughts are with Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family who will be deep in the sad loss of a special man.

🖤🖤🖤

aSupportIt is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle.

The Royal Family join with people around the world in mourning his loss.

Further announcements will be made in due course. Visit www.royal.uk to read the announcement in full.
... See MoreSee Less

We would like to send our deepest condolences during this sad time. Our thoughts are with Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family who will be deep in the sad loss of a special man.

🖤🖤🖤

#AlzheimersDementiaSupport #ADSCharity

Happy Easter from Alzheimers Dementia Support 'ADS' Team! May your hearts be filled with peace and joy!

😊We've prepared some fun games for you to enjoy together with your family today: a virtual Egg Hunt on our website and some printable games such as Bingo and Trivia!

You can find more information here 👉 www.adscharity.com/activities/. Have fun!

💛💙❤️

💛💙❤️

#AlzheimersDementiaSupport
DementiaSupport ort y DS yEaster ster asterDay Day ce family eDay ht terGames
... See MoreSee Less

Happy Easter from Alzheimers Dementia Support ADS Team! May your hearts be filled with peace and joy!

😊Weve prepared some fun games for you to enjoy together with your family today: a virtual Egg Hunt on our website and some printable games such as Bingo and Trivia!

You can find more information here 👉 https://www.adscharity.com/activities/. Have fun!

💛💙❤️

#AlzheimersDementiaSupport #ADSCharity #10YearsOfADS #HappyEaster #Easter #EasterDay #peace #joy #family #GameDay #GameNight #EasterGames #bingo #trivia

Comment on Facebook

Happy Easter everyone xx🐣🐰🐥💐

‘ADS’ Services

We deliver a range of support, advice and activities each month, open without prebooking to our Members.

PLEASE NOTE THAT TO COMPLY WITH CURRENT REGULATIONS AND TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF OUR MEMBERS, MANY OF THESE SERVICES ARE CURRENTLY BEING OFFERED ON-LINE RATHER THAN FACE TO FACE.

Seated Exercise Sessions

Seated Exercise Sessions

We are pleased to offer regular sessions to encourage safe movement for those unable to participate in regular exercise. Led by a trained member of the ‘ADS’ team.

Read more

Out & About

Out & About

Weekly day trips to places of interest or activities designed to stimulate fun and shared enjoyment for people with early-stage Dementia. Led by a highly skilled member of the ‘ADS’ team. Limited availability requiring prior arrangement.
Read more

Connection Café

Connection Café

Regular opportunities to share experiences, conversation and companionship with like-minded individuals.  Activities are included for both People with Dementia and their Carer.

Read more

Lunch Clubs

Lunch clubs

Regular opportunities for Members to get-together for a relaxed and enjoyable lunch.  This includes our Mates with Plate lunch club

Read more

Singing For Pleasure

Singing For Pleasure

Regular singing session get-togethers (including online and in Dementia hospital wards) led by a professional singer to encourage a hearty and happy sing-a-long.

Read more

Moves & Grooves

Moves & Grooves

A monthly Tea-Dance style of get together for People with Dementia and their Carers led by a professional Dance Teacher to encourage participation and enjoyment.

Read more

Asian Language and Cultural Services

Asian Language and Cultural Services

Multi-Lingual advice and wellbeing activities encouraged through music, dance and conversation. Led by a skilled multi-lingual member of the ‘ADS’ team.

Read more

Alzheimer Café

Alzheimer Café

A monthly evening session with the opportunity to chat with other Members and to listen to a guest speaker.

Read more

Weekend Away

Weekend Away

(for People Living with Dementia AND their Carer): An opportunity for people living with Dementia and their loved-one to enjoy ‘time away’ in a safe environment with others in a similar situation

Read more

About Us

Alzheimers Dementia Support ‘ADS’ is a charity that offers constructive practical guidance and a wide range of services to help people in the local community whose lives are directly or indirectly affected by Dementia.