Dementia Awareness Week
15th to 21st May 2017

One in six people aged 80 or over have dementia, 70% of people living in care homes have dementia or severe memory problems. Help us raise awareness, check out our events!

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Power of Attorney Service from £250 - Be Prepared For The Future

A powerful legal document that allows you to choose the people that you TRUST to make decisions about your Property, Finances, Health and Care, should you lose capacity through an accident, following an operation or an illness.  Capacity may be lost temporarily also, this may leave you vulnerable if you have not appointed Attorneys

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How To Get The Right Help?

Get help to set up care and technology in the home. We help bridge the gap for self funders that is often not available from statutory services

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A family meeting gives you the opportunity to share your concerns

Trying to navigate the care system and work whilst overseeing someones care is extremely challenging. We aim to bridge the gap if Social Services only offer you a copy of the care directory

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Help to claim Attendance Allowance

We can complete this form for you. You may be entitled to a reduction or exemption on your council tax bill when this benefit is awarded

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Put Your Affairs in Order

The last thing anyone wants to talk about after a diagnosis is money. However planning ahead now will give you the opportunity to make decisions and plan for the future.

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Carers Support Group

Meet others who are doing a similar caring role. Caring for a person with dementia is different to any other caring role

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Getting the Right Help

Caring for someone with dementia can be a very challenging task and an emotional one.  Many people become carers 'by default' it is not something they had planned or necessarily have the skills for particularly later on in life.  

This service will help you to continue to care for your loved one. We will discuss the difficulties you are having and look at the services and support that is available to you both. We can also support a carer who is juggling work and family commitments as well as overseeing the care of a relative. 

Choose the practical support you need, including:

  • Understand how you should be looking after yourself, as a carer
  • Discuss respite care and the support options available to you
  • Discover what support you can expect from your GP and Social Services
  • Learn what technology exists to help you care for your loved one
  • Access a regular support group for carers

We can tailor-make a package of support to suit you, this may also include support from the 'Putting your Affairs in Order' option.

Areas of Support

Please choose the practical support you need, including:

Putting Your Affairs
In Order

The last thing anyone wants to talk about after a diagnosis is money. However planning ahead now will give you the opportunity to make decisions and plan for the future.

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Getting The
Right Help

Caring for someone with dementia can be a very challenging task. We will support and guide you through the complex care system at this emotional time.

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‘Time to Talk’  
Carers Support Group

Caring for someone with dementia can leave you feeling isolated.  Our friendly monthly carers group gives you an opportunity to meet other carers and to talk about you and how you are feeling.

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