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North Edinburgh Dementia Care, based at the Seagrove Centre, is a registered charity, run by a voluntary board of directors.

Our ethos is to provide a nurturing service which encourages our members to develop their full potential by recognising individual needs and celebrating personal strength.

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small_icon-01 Who We Are

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At NEDC, we provide person centred (outcome focused) day care and support for people living in the North East Edinburgh area whose lives have been affected directly or indirectly by dementia.

We aim to support people with dementia to live in their own home for as long as possible, delaying or avoiding the need for residential care, while also providing support to carers.

We utilise a holistic approach to care, covering physical, emotional and practical needs. Ongoing consultation also considers all aspects of health and wellbeing, as well as taking members needs and desires into account.

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small_icon-01 What We Do

At NEDC we provide 3 services; our ‘Day Care Service’ for people aged over 65 with a diagnosis of dementia, our ‘Young Onset Service’ for people aged under 65 with a diagnosis of dementia and our ‘Time for Carers Service.’ Please click on the links below for further information on the services we provide.

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For more information on becoming a member, go here.  If you’d like to see or give some feedback on our services, go here.

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“I’d like to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to all the staff who do a really amazing job. My mum LOVES coming to Seagrove and adores the staff. I think it’s the one place where she feels truly relaxed and where all responsibilities are lifted. Coming to Seagrove has enriched mum’s life enormously”

Mrs S.

“NEDC have been fantastic in my opinion. Very accommodating and go the extra mile when required. Very grateful to all the staff”

Mr T.