Mondays at 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Breathing Space activities in Batley are back!
The Breathing Space project is for people who are living with early stage dementia (and a partner, family member, friend or carer) who might enjoy some creative time together.
Why? Because being creative makes us feel good and it is proven to be beneficial to our mental health and well-being including for those living with memory concerns, mild cognitive impairments or early stage dementia.
Join our friendly in-person group in Batley, where we have fun exploring creativity and focusing on the positive and what’s possible.
How to get started
Breathing Space is free for Kirklees residents who have
- A diagnosis of dementia (or are waiting to recieve a diagnosis)
- Concerns or issues with their memory
- Mild cognitive impairements
If you’re interested in joining then please complete the form below (scroll down past the map). This will be sent securely to the team at hoot who will be in touch to help you get started.
Not sure if this is the right thing for you? Breathing Space's project manager, Moira can tell you more about the activities and the sign up process.
Participants need to have memory concerns or issues but do not need a formal dementia diagnosis. suitability for the service will be assessed on an individual basis on referral.
Telephone: 01484 516 224 | E-mail: email@example.com
Dates and time
Where we are
Breathing Space activities in Batley take place at:
Batley Community Centre
Upper Commercial Street