“Tender Loving Care”

A Community Interest Company supporting those affected by dementia

Our aim is to be ‘the leading provider of support in the North West for people affected by dementia, helping people to maintain happy and active lives by working with passionate, caring and valued staff’.

TLC was founded in 2017 by Aimee Carson to provide social events in a great setting for people with dementia and their families and friends, this was in response to a real need in Liverpool for support and activities for people living with dementia and their families.


Aimee provided 1:1 support to a family friend who was diagnosed with dementia in 2012.  Aimee witnessed first-hand experience of the enormous stresses, isolation and sadness that this illness can bring to all involved. 

Aimee has a tremendous passion for supporting people with dementia, the social events are in great demand and 1:1 support is being provided to a growing number of people.

Aimee Carson

Founder & Director

I was inspired by a family friend to create an organisation that provides a support network for people living with dementia, focusing on helping and supporting in a caring and passionate way.  I recognised that there was also more support required for families within their local community.  I believe that people who are living with dementia should have the opportunity to live a fulfilled and enjoyable life. 
Emotional wellbeing is important to me and that people living with dementia receive dignified and caring support, this is best achieved by ensuring that all TLC members are respected, valued and listened to in a safe and caring environment.
I have 2 children, enjoy walks in the countryside, animals, reading and being with friends.  

Alan Blower

Director & Registered Manager 

After spending 21 years working for a FTSE 100 company in various finance departments I decided a change of direction was for me.  I always believed that anything is possible and people could achieve anything, given the right opportunities and support and I have been an advocate of that throughout my life.  I worked for a charity for 8 years, supporting people with learning disabilities and mental health concerns, a job that gave me the opportunity to meet some amazing people and to help them retain their independence, dignity and respect.

Through personal family tragedy I witnessed the effect dementia has, not only the person diagnosed but also the wider effects on family and relationships.  In 2018 I joined TLC and could not be happier.  The difference TLC makes to peoples lives matches my own beliefs, live the life you want, not what is assumed is good for you.

Dignity, respect, fun, happy, smiles, laughter, and that’s just me in my role, but to me this is not a job, it’s a vocation and I have found mine.

I was born in 1972, I am married to Caroline and have 2 children, Jacob & Nathaniel, I love nature, the history of the earth and astronomy.

Jeanette Wright

Support Worker 

Due to my own personal experience with dementia I knew that I wanted to help to support others going through the same highs & lows that I had.  So who would’ve thought that a chance conversation would lead me to becoming part of Team TLC.
Through my job I have met some really wonderful people. Those who I have helped to either continue/renew their chance of an active social life, which also gives their carers time for themselves with the knowledge that their family member is with someone who cares 100% & especially Team TLC.  The flexibility of the hours still gives me the chance to have time for my hobbies & interests of mixed media art, going to concerts/theatre, exploring the paranormal cross stitching & Formula 1.
With the help of Team TLC I have more self confidence & knowledge to do 1-1 support with our dementia friends & their families/carers.  We began as individuals with a passion to help families dealing with dementia & have become a team who also support & value each other for their different strengths & capabilities.
Special thanks to Aimee who set up TLC & took the chance to have me as part of her vision for the future of support for families dealing with dementia.

Lynsey Henry

Support Worker 

After working in the Civil Service for years I changed direction after seeing how dementia affects so many people of all walks of life and I’m so glad I did as I absolutely love my job as a support worker with TLC.  Bringing smiles, laughter and joy and enriching a persons life is a privilage. It is incredibly rewarding seeing the difference TLC makes to peoples lives as we all have the same goals and beliefs.
I am married with two children.  In my spare time I like to travel, go to the theatre and watch my beloved Liverpool Football Club.

June Bernicoff

We are thrilled and extremely proud that June Bernicoff Is patron of TLC. We greatly appreciate the ongoing support and help which June provides.

June said: “Dementia and Alzheimer’s are something that I feel very passionate about and when TLC asked me to be patron, I was honoured.” 🌈💕🌈💕🌈

Team Testimonials

“I cared for my uncle when he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2005.

Over the years I’ve had ideas about giving 1-1 support to people with Alzheimer’s, their families/carers, as we didn’t have that for Bill.

Then about 2mths ago I heard about Aimee & TLC. After exchanging a few emails & texts we met up for coffee & a chat. I found that Aimee was as passionate about 1-1 support as I was. The difference being Aimee has put her passion into place by starting up TLC.

After having volunteered for my 1st TLC social event last month I met some lovely people who enjoyed the day chatting, singing & dancing. It was wonderful.

Thanks to my ex-colleague, I’ve met a fantastic lady who has given me the chance to fulfil my passion & use my personal experience to support others”

I love working for TLC providing one to one support, I had very little experience of working with people with Dementia and was provided with the necessary training and knowledge to do so by TLC. I don’t even feel like I am going to work everyday, I am visiting friends.

I feel privileged to bring joy, happiness and build relationships with such special people. I leave my visits knowing I have made a positive difference and it’s so rewarding to get some smiles, laughs, dancing and lovely conversation from Our TLC Dementia friends”