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This free service works with the carers and families of those living with dementia - providing information, advice and practical support.

Caring for a loved one after diagnosis can be a difficult and emotional experience.  We will work directly on a one-to-one basis with carers. Enabling you to do the best that you can for a loved one, whilst maintaining your own health & wellbeing.

Contact:  Claire Ives -

Telephone: 01795 532 766

Service runs: Monday to Thursday 9am to 4:30pm


Dementia Cafes

If you, or someone you know, is effected by dementia and you’d like someone to talk to come along to our Dementia Cafe and have a cup of tea with someone who understands.

Our Dementia Café starts on Thursday 12th August and will be held at the beautiful Abbey Physic Community Garden in Faversham on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month from 12-2pm. Out cafes are a great place to keep active, make new friends and feel more confident.
Age UK FS Staff will be available to provide the opportunity for you to discuss your dementia diagnosis, or someone else’s, think about what it means for the future and provide the necessary support.
These things can make a huge difference when you or someone you know has dementia.
There’s no booking necessary, so just come along, unwind and meet other people in similar situations within a safe and supportive environment.
For more information please call Age UK FS on 01795 532766.


Dementia Drop In clinic

Held once a month at Age UK Faversham - A one stop shop, where you can access a variety of health and social care professionals, to offer advice on services available to carers and those living with dementia. 

Social events

for carers and loved ones. An opportunity to socialise in a friendly environment. 


Help to care app

Do you provide care for somebody living in Kent and Medway?
Whether you’re a paid worker, looking after a loved one, or volunteering to help someone else, you have a valuable role supporting the health and wellbeing of the people you care for.
Help to Care is a free mobile app designed to help you to spot the signs of a problem and find the right information and advice if you are worried about someone.

Find out more