The Memory Support Service is available for anyone in Bucks who is worried about their memory.
They also support people with dementia and their carers. You can get practical solutions, tips and strategies. As well as signposting to legal and financial support, provided by experienced, trained advisers. It is based upon personal circumstances and support needs.
You can get support and guidance via the telephone or online and face to face visits if required. (These will always follow the Alzheimer’s Society Pandemic Service Response guidance.)
Also, for anyone who is concerned about their memory, they now deliver Memory Screening assessment appointments online via Zoom.
Memory Information sessions take place regularly. These are for anyone who has concerns about their memory. The next dates planned for virtual zoom sessions are:
- Tuesday 4 May 10 am-12 pm
- Tuesday 8 June 2-4 pm.
These sessions are designed to help people understand how their memory works. Also, what coping tips and strategies can be used to improve everyday living.
The next virtual Dementia Information & Support sessions, for people with a diagnosis of dementia, are planned for Tuesday 30 March. These are for 5 mornings on consecutive weeks.
These sessions help people understand more about the condition and offer practical tips to help with everyday issues. Also, planning for the future. It is an opportunity for peer support from others with a diagnosis.
Dementia Information and Support sessions for carers will take place virtually from Tuesday 11 May. There are five sessions.
These sessions aim to help carers understand how dementia affects the person. With strategies and tips to use and planning for the future.
For information about any of the services described please contact 01296 331749 or email: email@example.com
At Alzheimer’s Society, we believe everyone affected by dementia has the right to live their life the way they want to live it whether living with the diagnosis of dementia or supporting someone who is. Core to that belief is that everyone has the right to be the person they are, to live without fear or prejudice regardless of race, age, gender, sexual orientation, faith and belief, or a disability, like dementia. We aim to encourage everyone to make a full contribution to society the way they want to make it and live in a world that demonstrates respect and values diversity.