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Living well with dementia..

The Dementia Wellbeing Service brings together a number of services and activities which offer support, information and guidance. These include Dementia Cafes, specialist support for families and people with Young Onset Dementia and help and advice from experienced Dementia Wellbeing Officers. 

  • Dementia Wellbeing Hub  

  • Dementia Wellbeing - Over 65

  • Dementia Wellbeing - Young Onset (delivered by Onside)

  • Peer Support and Dementia Cafes 

How to access the service? 

Referrals can be made by a healthcare professional or via self-referral, following a diagnosis from a Worcestershire GP. During your initial conversation with the service, we will organise a home visit appointment from one of our Dementia Wellbeing Officers - they will then be your central point of support.

Contact the Dementia Wellbeing Service: 0800 008 6077 or 01905 740956

Please see information below from the Faculty for Older People of the British Psychology Society on supporting older people and people living with dementia at home during self-isolation - 

Downloadable information document 

Please note our Dementia Wellbeing Service is available in Worcestershire only. 

Support in your community:

  • Local 'Drop-in' Sessions

    Visit your local Dementia Wellbeing Officer at a drop-in session:

    • Worcester, Warndon Library & St John's Library
    • Upton, Upton Surgery
    • Kidderminster, Hulme Street Medical Practice 
    • Redditch, Catshill & Rubery Libraries
    • Evesham, Abbey Medical Practice

    Please contact us for dates.

  • Dementia Cafes & Peer Support

    Dementia Cafe's and Peer Support sessions are held all over Worcestershire:

    • Worcester
    • Malvern, Tenbury
    • Pershore, Evesham 
    • Kidderminster,
    • Redditch, Bromsgrove

    Please contact us for dates.

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Age UK Herefordshire & Worcestershire is working in partnership with Onside Advocacy to deliver the Dementia Wellbeing Service. 

Contact Dementia Wellbeing Service:

Telephone: 0800 008 6077


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