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Aylesbury Vale & Milton Keynes Sexual Assault & Support Services (AVMKSAASS)

AVMKSAASS supports individuals affected by sexual assault and abuse to live fulfilling lives regardless of gender, race and sexuality. They do this by providing a safe space and using enabling and empowering approaches.

01296 392 468

PO Box 1058, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP20 9JZ

Updated: 9th October 2019

Better Care Guide

The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) provides a tool which lets you search for care providers in particular locations.

Updated: 16th March 2018

Buckinghamshire County Council – Social Care Complaints

To make a complaint use the statutory complaints process. Put your complaint in writing to the Bucks County Council setting out what has happened and what you want done to put things rightt.

01296 387844

Freepost RRBS-EBKU-LJXR, Statutory Complaints Officer, Buckinghamshire County Council, County Hall, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP20 1UA


Bucks County Council feedback and complaints procedures

Updated: 23rd April 2019

Buckinghamshire County Council Care Services Directory 2017/2018

If you have any questions on Care Services and what is available in Buckinghamshire.

Read the directory

Updated: 29th March 2018

Buckinghamshire Dementia Roadmap

The Buckinghamshire Dementia Roadmap provides high quality information about the dementia journey alongside local information about services, support groups and care pathways.

Updated: 14th June 2018

c-App PIP Assessment Support

The c-App PIP Assessment Support is a web app created by seAp. The app offers guidance, advice and support on
most aspects of the PIP (Personal Indepedence Payment) application process.

Updated: 24th June 2019

Carer information: Eating and drinking at end of life

This leaflet is designed for the relatives and carers of people who are reaching the end of their lives. It has been developed following requests by a number of GPs and Dietitians. The leaflet is to help reassure carers that loss of appetite and reduction in food intake is a normal and expected part of the dying process.

Download the leaflet

Updated: 29th April 2019

Carers Bucks

Carers Bucks exists entirely to support and promote the wellbeing of family carers. We support carers of all ages and in different caring roles, including young carers, parents of children with a physical or learning disability, older carers,carers from the black and minority ethnic community [B2]  and those looking after someone with mental health problems, including depression.

0300 777 2722

Ardenham Court, Oxford Road, Aylesbury, HP19 8HT

Updated: 12th June 2018

Equipment, adaptations and improvements to the home to help those living with dementia

Most people with dementia wish to remain in their own homes for as long as possible, but as a person’s dementia progresses they may find everyday tasks more difficult. Using equipment and making adaptations to the home environment can help someone to continue to do things for themselves for longer.

Updated: 10th July 2018

Get support at home on return from hospital

You can get support and care from the British Red Cross to help you live independently at home or when you return after a stay in hospital. If you’re returning from hospital, they can make sure you have everything you need for your first 24 to 72 hours back at home. They may then provide up to 12 weeks of support depending on the level of help you need.

01235 552 665


Updated: 10th July 2018

Getting informed, getting prepared

Lots of people find that they need more help or support as they get older. Starting to look for care and support can feel overwhelming, but there are lots of people and organisations that can help.

This website contains a short film and some information to help people who are starting to look for care and support for themselves or someone else, now or in the future.

Updated: 14th June 2018

Help in the home

Do you live in Buckinghamshire and need help around the house? An Age UK Buckinghamshire home helper can assist older people with general cleaning, vacuuming, laundry, shopping and prescription collections. You choose which tasks your home helper carries out for you each week, supporting you to remain in control of keeping your home the way you like it to be.

01296 431 911


Updated: 10th July 2018

How the GP can support a person with dementia

GPs and GP practice staff (including practice nurses) have an important role in supporting people with dementia and their carers. It is important that people with dementia and carers have regular check-ups with their own doctor (at least once a year). They should see them as soon as possible if they have any concerns about their health. This page looks at the different kinds of support available from a GP for a person with dementia. It also explains how they and their carer can access them.

Updated: 10th July 2018

Independent Age guides

Independent Age provides free guides and factsheets that are full of information to help you boost your income, find the care you need, remain independent, choose the right place to live, stay connected with others, and more. They are aimed at people who live in England.

Updated: 14th June 2018

Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman

They are the final stage for complaints about councils, all adult social care providers (including care homes and home care agencies), even if privately funded, and some other organisations providing local public services. They are a free service and investigate complaints in a fair and independent way.

0300 061 0614

Updated: 10th July 2018

Making Life easier and more enjoyable for those living with dementia

There are ways to make life easier and more enjoyable for a person with dementia. This gives some practical advice for those living with dementia and carers, for example, dental care, delirium and making difficult decisions.

Updated: 10th July 2018

Memory Support Service

The Memory Support Service can support people with a diagnosis of dementia and their carers who live in Buckinghamshire. The advisors are members of a fully trained and dedicated team working in the community alongside GP surgeries and memory clinics, and will offer information, guidance and support. The advisors can help in different ways, either by meeting with you in your own home, or via a telephone conversation.

Contact the Memory Support Service

01296 331749

The Memory Support Service is run by Alzheimer’s Society on behalf of Buckinghamshire County Council and in partnership with Buckinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Groups [CCG].

Updated: 10th July 2018

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