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cognitive stimulation therapy

tss502

Registered User
Oct 20, 2014
110
Hi,

Has anyone had any experience of accessing cognitive stimulation therapy on the NHS, especially in Wales? I'd be interested to know how you managed to obtain this and whether it has been helpful for the person with dementia that you care for.

Many thanks!
 

truth24

Registered User
Oct 13, 2013
5,725
North Somerset
A company called Positive Steps do it in N Somerset in conjunction with the NHS but I think it's probably aimed at carers rather than patients.
 

Grey Lad

Registered User
Sep 12, 2014
5,736
North East Lincs
Hi,

Has anyone had any experience of accessing cognitive stimulation therapy on the NHS, especially in Wales? I'd be interested to know how you managed to obtain this and whether it has been helpful for the person with dementia that you care for.

Many thanks!
The Memory Service offer CST here. They run courses for 10 weeks aimed at the person with dementia. Personally I think it would be better aimed at the carer so we could use it on a daily basis. What is the point of 20 hours over 10 weeks? If it really works it is needed constantly.