No one should have no one at Christmas

Maybe you know us for our dementia support, or for our computer classes. But there are many other things we can help with too:
• Advice and information phone line, as well as drop-in and scheduled appointments for more complex issues.
• Befriending
• Counselling
• Care Navigators (via GPs) to help you navigate the range of health and social care available.
• Help with food shopping
• Support with Direct Payments for care
• Day Resource Centres
• Opening Doors London – regional LGBT* service 
• Computer training 
• Home care service 
• Dementia support
• Help with nail care 
…and much more. Take a look around our website to find out more. 
Photo Credit: Neil Raja www.newroadcollective.com 

Please help us provide companionship and support for more local older people.

Our services

Digital Inclusion

Age UK Camden's computer training project helps older people to take advantage of technology and stay connected.

We offer a welcoming and supportive environment at our drop in sessions and gadget clinics.

Information and Advice

The Information and Advice team can help with one-off queries as well as more complex issues. They can also provide support with direct payments, do benefit checks and much more.

Please call Age UK Camden's information line on 020 7837 3777 Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm.

Care Navigators

Care Navigators are based in GP practices across Camden and work in partnership with health or social care professionals to make sure that patients get the care and support they need.

Our focus is on supporting people to access community and voluntary sector services that help them to remain independent and well.

We are a local, independent charity responsible for raising our own funds. Your financial support is vital to help us continue our work with older people in Camden.

 

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Dementia Wellbeing news

We have remodelled our dementia offer and will launch a new Dementia Wellbeing Service in January 2017.

The new model will provide more flexibility and ongoing support to people living with memory loss and dementia in Camden.