A person belonging to a particular age (for example 32 year olds) or range of ages (for example 18 to 30 year olds).

Meeting the needs of different age groups in Trafford

Trafford Psychological Therapies services have been looking at the how they meet the needs of different age groups and these presentations show how they are working with university students as well as older people.

  1. Presentation for stroke assoc (1).pptx [pptx] 2MB
  2. TPT RESET presentation Nov 2020.pptx [pptx] 3MB
  3. University Resilience Skills (1).pptx [pptx] 5MB


Open Doors project

GMMH’s Open Doors project run a monthly dining club for people living with early onset dementia in Salford. 

The Early Onset Dementia Dining Club provides a way for people living with young onset dementia to take part in a social activity that will help improve their self-esteem and meet people in a similar situation. The Dining Club takes place on the first Wednesday of every month in restaurants of the groups choosing across Salford.

To target people with dementia and engage this unique audience, the Open Doors Service has a quarterly e-newsletter, which was launched to coincide with the fourth meeting of the Early Onset Dementia Dining Club and is emailed to members of the dining club, stakeholders and interested parties.

Join Dementia Research

GMMH is part of a campaign aiming to get more people in Greater Manchester involved in NHS research. Join Dementia Research (JDR) (opens in a new window) is calling on people to take their own action against this life-changing condition by joining JDR. Greater Manchester has been selected to spearhead the JDR campaign due to the outstanding dementia clinical research already being carried out in the region. The campaign, titled Embedding Research in Care (ERICA), is part of the government’s Dementia 2020 strategy.

Young people and social media

We engage specifically with young people through partner organisations such as Young Minds and promotion of activities on our CAMHS wards. We also work closely with buzz on social media to share their resources on mental health and wellbeing, which are accessible to a young audience. We set up GMMH’s Instagram account in 2019 to target a younger demographic.

As a patient

As a service user, relative or carer using our services, sometimes you may need to turn to someone for help, advice, and support. 

Find resources for carers and service users  Contact the Trust