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Coronavirus Update: Due to the current restrictions our face to face services are currently on hold.  We are offering telephone support to clients and carers, and will provide updates as / when we are able to start face to face services again

Hello!  Welcome to our website.  We hope you find what you are looking for.

We support people throughout the Stirling Council area who have dementia to stay connected to their communities by offering our various supportive services.


Every Monday and Friday 1.00pm – 4.00pm (new time)  our Stirling Day Club is on (Stirling Community Hospital – Rehab Hub)

Every Tuesday 12.30pm – 3.30pm  Our rural Day Club is on (Callander Hostel, 6 Bridgend, Callander) 

The 2nd Wednesday of each month 1.30pm – 3.30pm our Friendship Group is on at North Parish Church.

In addition to all of this, our befrienders will be visiting their friends throughout the course of the week, giving the clients something fun to look forward to and the carers will receive a much-earned rest.

Our cognitive stimulation therapy programme and self-management groups also runs at various times.

If you would like to make a donation to Town Break, please see our Fundraising page.  £10 would pay for an individual to attend a cognitive stimulation therapy group; £25 would pay for an individual with dementia to attend one of our Day Clubs or just donate what you can.  Every penny raised goes directly to pay for our dementia support services which are available to anyone in the Stirling Council area who has a diagnosis of dementia.   Thank you.

For more information, call us on 01786 641841.

We liaise with other agencies, both statutory and voluntary, to help to support people with dementia to continue to live in their own homes within the Stirling Council area. 


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Police Scotland have produced this information video on face mask exemption.
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The changes and restrictions placed on all our lives during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic have been difficult for everyone, and taken a lot of getting used to. However, there is never an excuse for victimising people with either visible or hidden disabilities, for whom following all the guidance may be difficult, or even impossible. Some people have exemptions from adhering to the legislation. As Sgt Amanda McBride (Safer Communities) explains, with the assistance of a British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter, we won't tolerate disability hate crime in any form:
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Staying in is the new going out, thanks to Macrobert Arts Centre for researching the movie choices available on the small screen.
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From today, Saturday 1st August, The Scottish Government have paused shielding ⏸ 🙌

For more information see the link below ⬇️
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Town Break’s thought for the weekend: We could all do with a bit of luck at the moment, right? ⬇️

A member of our staff team recently got a white clover plant and noticed what appears to be a bunch of four-leafed clovers growing! 🍀 🙌

Can any of our green-fingered followers confirm if this is indeed a bunch of four-leaf clovers growing? 🤞🏻 #luckoftheirish
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Thanks to Stirling Carers Centre for sharing this information. Take care of yourself and get relevant medical help if required.
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The sun has got his hat on, enjoy some time outside today and over the weekend.