“Can I just take this opportunity to thank you for the fabulous work that you do? My father says he enjoys both clubs and it’s made a real difference to my mother’s quality of life (having some respite for him) – you do a simply fantastic job, I cannot thank you enough” A Carer

“The kind of care provided by Daybreak is every bit as crucial as research into the causes and treatment of dementia. Indeed, for those currently living with the condition and for their families it is even more so. Dementia researchers all over the world recognise this and give it their wholehearted support.”

Quote from Prof R Jacoby, Daybreak Patron

“It stimulates her mind and gives her something to talk about when she gets back. I have depression…Rosewood helps me a great deal as well.” Mrs K, daughter

“The ‘Club’ really does him good and he looks so much better and stimulated, even if tired when he comes home.” Mrs P, wife

“The Lilacs do a wonderful job. ‘A’ enjoys going, and the staff are lovely and supportive. It is really important for me to have a day off, to recharge my batteries. This is precious time for me.” Mrs W, wife

“It is clear to us that she benefits greatly from going to the club – she has friends there, she enjoys herself and always returns with a smile and a much better sense of self-esteem and engagement with life.” Ms W, daughter

“He really enjoys going and always comes back with a smile on his face. For my part the two mornings I get on my own are a lifeline and enable me to sort out everyday problems so that when David comes home I can devote myself to him and do things with him that he enjoys.” Mrs I, wife

“Daybreak is a beacon of light in the darkness that dementia can bring” Age UK ‘Dignity in Care’ awards nomination

“Daybreak always sees the personas an individual with their own unique abilities, interests, preferences and needs and always approaches them with dignity, respect, sensitivity and kindness” Age UK ‘Dignity in Care’ awards nomination