New help for people and families living with dementia

The café offers uplifting and engaging activities for people living with dementia and provides invaluable support for family carers… all over tea and cake!

Neil Rebak, Jewish Care community hub manager, told the Essex Jewish News: “The Memory Way Cafés bring people living with dementia and their families together in a unique and special way.

“The cafés are run by our specialist staff and supported by our trained, dedicated and caring volunteers who lead the activities. Carers who attend really benefit from the support of other families they meet who are in a similar position to themselves.”

Activities at the Memory Way Café range from reminiscence with memory boxes, talks, music, exercise to presentations from museums and art galleries.

If you would like to find out more information about the new Memory Way Café in Redbridge, and other activities that support people living with dementia to live well, please call the Jewish Care Direct helpline on 020 8922 2222 or contact

Jewish Care has opened a new Memory Way Café in Redbridge – photo by Mike Stone



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