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Dartmouth Caring - About Us

About Us

Our aim is to enable those in need, and elderly and vulnerable local people to live happy and vibrant lives, connecting those who are isolated and improving health and well-being within our community.

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Dartmouth Caring - Services

Services

We provide a range of services including lunch clubs, memory cafes, counselling, transport to medical appointments and more.

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Dartmouth Caring - Support Us

Support Us

There are a number of ways you can help us – volunteering, donating money, running fundraising events or as a volunteer driver.

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Dartmouth Caring - Events

Events

We run an extensive programme of fundraising events throughout the year.  These range from jumble sales to fashion shows and more.

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Latest News From Dartmouth Caring

Dart Patients’ AGM

Pierre Landell-Mills, Chair of Dart Patients group has asked that we share this message.  At this time, with all the changes being discussed in town and surrounding villages this group, which represents all patients in the area, needs your contribution. Please come to...

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Information for anyone needing Care

This leaflet has been produced in co-operation with Dartmouth Patient Participation Group.  The aim is to provide a simple guide to help anyone new to needing care for themselves or a loved one.  Please click on the link below to access the leaflet. Care Support Guide...

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Mental Health – what support is available?

The leaflet at the link below below has been produced by the Patient Participation Group as a guide to Dartmouth people who need some support for the mental health or that of a loved one. Mental Health Support Guide If you have any comments or suggestions about how...

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SHORT FILMS

Support for dementia suffers in Dartmouth, Devon has been boosted by the launch of a new on-line video.

The video highlights the plight of local elderly people affected by this life-changing disease and the importance of local support.

We recently launched our new video about loneliness at The Flavel Arts Centre.

The video highlights the fact that loneliness can affect people of all ages and the importance of local support in dealing with it.

Dartmouth Caring is a local charity supporting its local community and working closely with its health and welfare professionals for the benefit of individuals in its community.

You can also view these films on our YouTube Channel

2 weeks ago

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Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust have just announced the following:

"Dartmouth Open Day – Saturday 29 September -

One of the comments we often hear is that people don’t understand what our Health and Wellbeing teams do. So, some of our frontline staff in Dartmouth are planning to hold an open day at Dartmouth Clinic from 10am to 2pm on Saturday 29 September. There’s a promise of some fun activities for all the family and free health checks as well as information about the planned new Health and Wellbeing Centre and a chance to see how all our different specialists work together as a single team to look after people in the community.

"Watch out for more details on our website, via social media and the Dartmouth Chronicle."
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4 weeks ago

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2018 Christmas cards now available to buy from the office or by email to enquiries@dartmouthcaring.co,uk. 6 cards for £3.

Many thanks to Kay for the design and to all volunteers, clients and staff for allowing themselves to be pictured on the card!!
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2 months ago

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With under over two months till the #QAVS 2019 closing date - it's time to think about the #exceptional #volunteer groups in your community! Nominate them at: qavs.direct.gov.uk/ by Friday 14 September 2018. @QueensAwardVS ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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3 months ago

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Don’t forget our 30th Birthday bash on Saturday 14th July.
Tickets available from the office - pls call or email. £26/head.
Hog roast - puds and amazing live music 🎶
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Check out the Events link here or on our website - www.dartmouthcaring.co.uk/events/ - to find out more about our forthcoming sailing regatta and 30th birthday plans! ... See MoreSee Less

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4 months ago

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The following is the outline programme for the Public Meeting on Monday night. Do note that as this is a live event the questions and answers may not neatly fit into this schedule so there may be some flexibility required from the Chair.

7.00 - Welcome – Father Will Hazlewood

7.05 - Opening remarks and ground rules Chair – Sir Geoffrey Newman

7.10 – Responding to people’s concerns, progress that has been made and how we would like to work with the Dartmouth community going forward– Liz Davenport – Acting CEO Torbay and South Devon Foundation Trust and Simon Tapley, Director of Commissioning, Devon Clinical Commissioning Groups

7.20 – A series of questions from the floor – pre-arranged from the meeting that took place Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th.

7.45 – Trust and CCG responses to questions from the floor

8.00 – Further questions from the floor

8.15 – Further responses from the Trust and CCG

8.22 – What we’ve heard and proposed next steps- Liz Davenport

8.27 – Statement on behalf of the Town – Jonathan Hawkins

8.30 – Farewell, Sir Geoffrey - Everyone departs
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Dartmouth Caring
35 Victoria Road
Dartmouth
Devon
TQ6 9RT

Registered Charity: 900226

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