About Us

Rosemary Campbell-Blair

Rosemary Campbell-Blair

I am the Volunteering Officer and I recruit and train volunteers to help us deliver a range of services to people with dementia. I joined the Society in 2011. Volunteers help us in all sorts of ways and there has never been a better time to be involved. Whether it’s helping us to run a memory café, befriending, fundraising or campaigning to improve the life of people with dementia, there is something for everyone. Just a few hours a month can make all the difference and we are truly grateful to all our volunteers.

Corrine Fawcett

Corrine Fawcett

I joined the team in September 2012 and my role is leading the Side by Side service in Hull and the East Riding. Side by Side is a new Alzheimer’s Society service which aims to help people with dementia to feel enabled to get out and about and to enjoy a hobby or interest of their choice supported by volunteers.

Kate Atkin

Kate Atkin

I am the Dementia Support Manager and my role is to co-ordinate and evaluate the Dementia Support Services we provide across Hull and the East Riding. I manage and supervise our two Dementia Advisors assisting them to provide a quality service in order to help people live well with dementia. I am also an Approved Information Programme facilitator and am responsible for the delivery of the Carer Information and Support Programmes in Hull & East Riding.

Margaret McHugh

Margaret McHugh

I am the Support Services Manager for the Hull and East Riding Service and have been working for the Society in this role since August 2011. I have overall responsibility for staff employed locally and for the development and delivery of the services we offer across both Hull and the East Riding. I am responsible for making sure we deliver high quality, legally compliant services that meet the needs of people living with dementia in Hull and the East Riding.

Jan Horne

Jan Horne

I joined the Society in 2010 as Information Worker. In June 2012 I became a Dementia Support Worker. In my role as a Dementia Support Worker I facilitate Memory Cafés where people with dementia and their carers can come and relax. I also provide support and relevant information to anyone affected by dementia.

Kath Robson Jervois

Kath Robson Jervois

I joined the Society in March 2015 as Memory Café Co-ordinator. My role is to engage with the people who attend the Cafés and involve participants in suggesting talks and activities that would be beneficial to all.

Annie Davey

Annie Davey

I joined the team in January 2016 as a Dementia Support Manager my role is to co-ordinate and evaluate the Dementia Support Services we provide across East Riding. I manage and supervise the Dementia Support Workers and Café Co-ordinators assisting them to provide quality services in order to help people to live well with dementia.

Sophie Barnett

Sophie Barnett

I joined the Alzheimer’s Society in August 2016 as a Dementia Support Worker for the East Riding. The main purpose of my role is to provide support, information, and guidance to people with dementia and their carers both over the telephone and in their own homes. By doing this I can assist people to identify their needs and access services, ultimately helping them to maintain their independence, improve their sense of well-being, and put them more in control of their lives.