Dementia Support – get personal advice and practical support

Find out more about Dementia Support Workers from Alzheimer's Society.

A dementia support worker and a person with dementia

‘Since engaging with you I have been able to have the knowledge to support my wife more effectively, have the opportunity to unload the inevitable frustrations of a carer and simply feel better about my life.’ - Martin, who cares for Rose who has dementia

One-to-one support for people affected by dementia

Finding out that you, or someone you know, has dementia can be overwhelming.

Our Dementia Support Workers offer information and practical guidance to help you understand the condition, cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future.

Face-to-face, over the phone or in writing they will help you to:

  • remain independent and stay active for as long as possible
  • get the information and advice you need to make informed decisions about your wellbeing
  • find other local services which can help to improve your life.

99% of people who use the Dementia Support service feel they can contact a member of the team when they need to.

Find your nearest service

More practical and emotional support near you

There are dementia services and support groups in your area. Find out what's available where you are.