Dementia Oxfordshire

Dementia Oxfordshire is a partnership between three local charities. Their advisors and support groups will provide you with information, advice and ongoing support after a Dementia diagnosis.

Dementia Oxfordshire is a partnership between three local charities, Age UK Oxfordshire, Guideposts and YoungDementia UK, who are bringing together their specialist expertise to develop and deliver a new Dementia Support Service for people of all ages.

The service is free to use. It is supported financially by Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group and Oxfordshire County Council.

Click here to visit the Dementia Oxfordshire website

What can you expect from Dementia Oxfordshire?

Our team of Dementia Advisers are the first, friendly point of contact with the service. They work closely with local health teams and in Memory Clinics and the Cognitive Disorders Clinic and they might visit you at home.

Your Dementia Adviser will:

  • Establish ongoing contact with you after diagnosis and identify your needs and preferences,
  • Provide specialist, personalised information and advice (about e.g. your condition, finance and welfare benefits, aids and adaptations, help at home, employment, social activities and opportunities, respite, lasting power of attorney and other legal matters)
  • Develop a support plan and link you to other sources of support and help
  • Review in 6 months if there has been no contact with the service in the intervening period
  • Run local support groups.

Dedicated Helpline: 01865 410210

You can ring our dedicated Helpline for information and advice on a wide range of issues,

9.00am – 6.00pm, Monday – Friday (except Bank Holidays).

The Helpline is staffed by our team of Dementia Advisers


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