Coronavirus ( COVID -19 )
Please be assured that we are closely monitoring the ongoing situation with Coronavirus ( COVID -19 )
Our office team are still working remotely, and we will remain in contact by telephone and email.
This will enable us to continue to help our clients and contacts. We appreciate all the effort of the health services and other sectors that working under extra strain at the moment. If you are in one of those sectors, a big thank you to you.If you are a Health and Social Care Provider or Firm who specialises in supporting Older Peopleand you are currently planning ahead , we believe that the sector is highly likely to naturally become more competitive over the coming months .If would like to feature in our 2021 summer please do get in touch.
Your local guide to Dementia information and services in your area
At Guide to Dementia Care we truly understand the needs of people with dementia and their carers. We want to help people dealing with dementia to easily access the information, care and support they need without any further stress or delay – at what is a difficult time for people with dementia, their carers and wider family.
We produce practical guides which offer help advice and support to people living with or caring for their loved ones who have dementia. Our Guides help families and Carers access important and useful local information . The Guides may assist you to identify early signs or symptoms of dementia which may be helpful in obtaining an earlier diagnosis.
Whilst Guide to Dementia Care is independent of the NHS and Adult Social Care Authorities, we are a member of the National Dementia Action Alliance and we work closely with care organisations, to ensure all our guides are accurate, easy to read and understand in order for people to have the information they need in one simple guide.
As well as this website, we produce local printed guides to dementia care. Because accessing dementia services differs from area to area, we take time to ensure our guides reflect local circumstances.
The magazine is fantastic and our advert stands out well.
Just wanted to say how pleased I am with the brochure, have shown it at a number of meetings at the Council and the CCG and have received very positive feedback.
Thank you Susan, so pleased with the finished brochure
Joint Commissioner – Dementia
Specialist Commissioning Team
Thank you so much for sending through the brochures, they will be really useful for providing information to our patients.
Western Sussex Hospitals NHS