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Our Mission

Support through Coronavirus

Throughout the pandemic Tibbs Dementia Foundation radically transformed its support and service provision to continue to provide a wide range of accessible and relevant services and activities for people affected by dementia and their families. As restrictions slowly begin to lift we look forward to embracing a new hybrid style of working combining the face to face services and activities that are valued by so many with the digital learning and new skills we’ve all learnt through lockdown so that we can reach and support more people in ever more accessible and meaningful ways. Over the coming week and months we will establish a new timetable which we hope will enable all to feel connected and supported as part of our valuing and dynamic community. Our current zoom services are outlined on our Service Timetable page.

Over the last year we have received a great deal of support enabling us to continue to deliver our valued work. We are grateful for the following funding:

BEDFORDSHIRE CORONOVIRUS EMERGENCY RESPONSE FUND managed by Bedfordshire and Luton Community Fund (BLCF)
Anglian Water Positive Difference Fund
NET Coronavirus Programme (Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport)
Independent Age
Harpur Trust
The COOP
Gale Family Trust

As we look to the future we remain grateful for ongoing funding from:

Harpur Trust
Sport England

Stride out for Memory 2020

Our response to covid

Hear and Now project 2020

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Tibbs helps me be myself for as long as possible

As a community we support each other to achieve this goal, whether we are a person with dementia, a family supporter, volunteer or dementia practitioner. We acknowledge and value the unique skills and life experience of everyone. Tibbs has become a life style for many people offering a wide range of regular opportunities to meet others while engaging in a variety of cognitively and physically stimulating group activities. Our disability model focuses on what people can do, supporting them to find their voice through a range of activities.

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With very grateful thanks to the Supporters of our Services

NCVO