Although it is called the Alzheimer Café, the café is for people who are affected by any
type of dementia, and their families

The Alzheimer Café Donnybrook is a relaxed place where people with dementia and their families meet once a month. It’s a forum where people can share experiences, informally meet healthcare professionals and get information on local support services. There is no need to book, and it is free of charge. While people with dementia regularly come to the Alzheimer Café Donnybrook with their families, family carers also often come on their own or with other family members, particularly where the person with dementia is living in residential care.  

People come and chat over a

cup of tea and cake

The Alzheimer Café Donnybrook is a relaxed place where people with dementia and their families meet once a month. It’s a forum where people can share experiences, informally meet healthcare professionals and get information on local support services. There is no need to book, and it is free of charge. While people with dementia regularly come to the Alzheimer Café Donnybrook with their families, family carers also often come on their own or with other family members, particularly where the person with dementia is living in residential care.

People come and chat over a

cup of tea and cake

The Alzheimer Cáfe Donnybrook, The Avila Centre, Bloomfield Ave, off Morehampton Rd Donnybrook Dublin 4 for people with dementia

Where and when the

Alzheimer Café Donnybrook meets

The Avila Centre

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Bloomfield Ave, off Morehampton Rd Donnybrook Dublin 4

Second Thursday of every month

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7pm - 9pm

The Alzheimer Cáfe Donnybrook, The Avila Centre, Bloomfield Ave, off Morehampton Rd Donnybrook Dublin 4 for people with dementia

Where and when the

Alzheimer Café Donnybrook meets

The Avila Centre

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Bloomfield Ave, off Morehampton Rd Donnybrook Dublin 4

Second Thursday of every month

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7pm - 9pm

Join us for a cup of tea and cake at the Alzheimer Café Donnybrook

Next Alzheimer Café Meeting 14th March

 The Alzheimer Cáfe is held on the second Thursday of every month 7pm-9pm, The Avila Centre, Donnybrook, Dublin 4. For further information, just fill in the form below and click Submit Or call us on 085 735 3833. Please leave a message if the phone goes to voicemail and we will call you back. Click here to find us.

Tracey Gevers

Artist, Art tutor, Art therapist and Architect

The March Alzheimer Café Donnybrook evening info:

Speaker: Tracey Gevers, Artist, Art tutor, Art therapist and Architect

Title: I remember better when I paint – the benefit of art for people living with dementia

Tracey Gevers is an artist, tutor and art therapist whose original training was as an architect. Tracey set up the Art School KAT Creations (www.katcreations.simplesite.com) in 2010 to facilitate Art and craft workshops for mixed ability groups of older adults, many of whom had dementia. Through her practice, teaching and research, Tracey has seen the benefits of art for people with dementia firsthand, as a way of validating identity, experiencing fun in the moment and creating something unique that the artist can take ownership of.

Join us for a cup of tea and cake at the Alzheimer Café Donnybrook

Next Alzheimer Café Meeting 14th March

 The Alzheimer Cáfe is held on the second Thursday of every month 7pm-9pm, The Avila Centre, Donnybrook, Dublin 4. For further information, just fill in the form below and click Submit Or call us on 085 735 3833. Please leave a message if the phone goes to voicemail and we will call you back. Click here to find us.

The March Alzheimer Café Donnybrook evening info:

Speaker: Tracey Gevers, Artist, Art tutor, Art therapist and Architect

Title: I remember better when I paint – the benefit of art for people living with dementia

Tracey Gevers is an artist, tutor and art therapist whose original training was as an architect. Tracey set up the Art School KAT Creations (www.katcreations.simplesite.com) in 2010 to facilitate Art and craft workshops for mixed ability groups of older adults, many of whom had dementia. Through her practice, teaching and research, Tracey has seen the benefits of art for people with dementia firsthand, as a way of validating identity, experiencing fun in the moment and creating something unique that the artist can take ownership of.

“It is good to know I’m not alone”   “It is a refuge. I feel I belong here.”   “It has been a life-line”

Contact Us

The Avila Centre, Bloomfield Ave, off Morehampton Rd Donnybrook Dublin 4

085 735 3833

The Alzheimer Cáfe Donnybrook, The Avila Centre, Bloomfield Ave, off Morehampton Rd Donnybrook Dublin 4 for people with dementia

Contact Us

The Avila Centre, Bloomfield Ave, off Morehampton Rd Donnybrook Dublin 4

085 735 3833

hello@alzheimercafe.ie

“It is good to know I’m not alone”   “It is a refuge. I feel I belong here.”   “It has been a life-line for me.”

The Alzheimer Café Donnybrook is run by a voluntary steering committee and partnered with: