Alzheimer’s Society Services during pandemic

Alzheimer’s Society Services during pandemic

Alzheimer’s Society in Surrey is still supporting people affected by dementia and you can find details below of the services they are currently providing:
Dementia Navigator one-to-one phone support. While unable to conduct their face to face services during the coronavirus outbreak, they will continue to support people affected by dementia with phone support. Referrals can be made using the referral form and emailing to
surrey@alzheimers.org.uk or surrey.alzheimers@nhs.net The referral form
can be sent to you independently upon request.
Welfare calls Welfare calls, providing ongoing support can be arranged by the Dementia Navigator. This could be weekly, fortnightly or monthly dependent on need and risk of the person affected by dementia.
Dementia Connect Support line 0333 150 3456 Dementia Advisers will listen and give the support and advice needed, including coronavirus advice, connecting people affected by dementia to the help they need and referring to the Dementia Navigator service if required.
Talking Point
Dementia Talking Point is a helpful online community where anyone who is
affected by dementia can receive valuable support. It’s free, open day or night, and can be accessed online.
• Website
A wealth of information to support people effected by dementia.

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