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Western Cape Manager
Jill has been with Alzheimer’s SA for nearly 16 years. She spent her early years in in Johannesburg initially as a counsellor and then as the Regional Director in Gauteng. In January 2010 she volunteered to work in the Western Cape to get the office up and running. She has been in the Western Cape for over 10 years. Jill is a passionate, dedicated and driven member of Alzheimer’s SA.
- Dementia care homes
- Doctors with an interest in dementia
- Day care
- Respite care
- Support groups and home care lists
- Advice sheets and family counselling
Visit our resource centres to pick up information or get advice about Alzheimer’s disease:
Table View at 5 Study St, Table View (information only)
Paarl – contact Hester Visage Tel: 082 789 4876
Become a Volunteer
Follow the following link: Western Cape Trials for more information.
Homes Without Waiting Lists
Panorama Palms – has vacancies in their frail and dementia care units. Contact Annamarie Heydenrych on 021 930 6035 or email email@example.com 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 Contact Matron – Lizann Painter on 021 762 3935 or send an email to. firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Villa at Nazareth House – has vacancies in Cape Town and Durban. Costs around R30 000 per month. Contact Melody Ziervogel on +27 76 025 5048 or +27 21 202 1459. Alternatively send an email to email@example.com. Visit their website www.nazhouse.org.za.
Robin Trust in Pinelands and Lilac Residence in Welgelegen both have vacancies as of August 2020.
april 2020 Newsletter
Newsletter April 2020
At the time of writing this we are in the midst of the Covid19 pandemic . The focus of this newsletter is how the virus will affect people with dementia and their families. With many dementia care homes closed to visitors this is a stressful time for both the dementia patient and the people who would normally be able to visit them. Dementia is not in itself a risk factor for Covid 19 infection but people with dementia could be at higher risk for transmitting infection as well as getting the infection. Download and read the newsletter for more information.