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This central page contains information about all of the dementia services or partnerships delivered by Age UK Sheffield.
To visit the specific page for each service, simply click on one of the links below.

Dementia Services for the Public

  • Wellbeing Centre (Dementia Day Service)

    Age UK Sheffield provides a dementia day service at our Wellbeing Centre in Norfolk Park. You can read more or watch our video all about what makes our Wellbeing Centre so unique! Click "find out more" about how to access this service

  • Young onset Hub (YOH)

    We deliver a new service created specifically to support people who have been diagnosed with young onset dementia, as well as their carers, family and friends. It's called the young onset hub. Click "find out more" to see the variety of support we provide and details for accessing the service.

  • PKW Dementia Friendly Activities

    We run a wide variety of activities, courses and groups across the South West of Sheffield enabling people to get out and about, find new hobbies, stay active and have fun. Some groups are specifically created for people living with dementia and/or their carers, others are accessible to anyone including those living with dementia and their carers.

  • Dementia Cafes

    Age UK Sheffield provides support at several dementia cafes across the city, created as places to provide support, information and activities for people living with dementia in Sheffield and their carers, family member and friends. (Also often referred to as memory cafes!)

Dementia Services for Professionals

  • Dementia Advice Sheffield

    Age UK Sheffield delivers the Dementia Advice Sheffield service created for professionals who work with and support people living with dementia and their carers. The service exists to provide support and training to professionals such as occupational therapists, care home staff and volunteers. The service is delivered in partnership with Enrichment for the Elderly.

  • Sheffield Dementia Action Alliance

    The Sheffield Dementia Action Alliance is delivered in partnership with Age UK Sheffield. The Alliance exists to create a supportive group of services, businesses and people who wish to become dementia allies and support the work to make Sheffield a dementia friendly city.

  • Dementia News Newsletter

    Dementia News is a newsletter produced and delivered by Sheffield Dementia Action Alliance working in partnership with Age UK Sheffield and Sheffield City Council. It exists for people who work within dementia care and support, such as volunteers, professionals and other services who wish to keep up to date on all things related to dementia care provisions and services in the city.