Western Cape

For any information regarding resources such as doctors, support groups, home care, homes, day care, respite care etc  in the Western Cape please contact Jill Robson at the WC office on 021 979 2724 or managerwc@alzheimers.org.za

  • Current Trials: Click on Western Cape Trials for more information.
  • Resources – please contact Jill Robson at the WC office on 021 979 2724 or email managerwc@alzheimers.org.za for more information on dementia care homes, doctors with an interest in dementia, day care, respite care, support groups and home care lists as well as advice sheets and family counselling.
  • Visit our resource centres to pick up information or get advice about Alzheimer’s disease:
  1.  Table View at 5 Study St, Table View (information only)
  2.  Paarl – contact Hester Visage Tel: 082 789 4876

Homes without waiting lists

Panorama Palms – has vacancies in their  frail and dementia care units. Contact Annamarie Heydenrych on 0219306035 or email panoramalifestyle@trans50.org.za for pricing.

The Cape  Peninsular Organisation for the aged – CPOA. They administer several homes throughout the Cape and can also offer respite care. For info on which homes have vacancies please phone the head office on 021 686 7830 or visit www.cpoa.co.za

Brenthurst Residence Tel 021 762 3935 email –  brentonlodge@telkomsa.net Matron – Lizann Painter

Support Groups

Please contact Jill Robson for info on support groups and services. Phone 021 979 2724 or email managerwc@alzheimers.org.za


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September 2017
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December 2017
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