Advocacy in mental health

The MIND Guide to Advocacy explains what advocacy is and how it can help you. It gives information on different types of advocacy, including statutory advocates, what sort of situations an advocate can help you with, and how to find an advocate. What is advocacy?...

Dementia Friends Coffee Morning

For anyone with early stage memory impairment and their carers or friends. A friendly meeting for friends, family and carers. Come for a chat, support, Dementia activities, newsletters, books & reminiscence material (Tea & Coffee available at a small charge)...

MEMORY SUPPORT SERVICE

This Alzheimer’s Society service offers one-to-one support from a Memory Support Worker for individuals and their carers from their initial concerns about memory loss, through diagnosis, to planning for the future. For those with a diagnosis, support will focus...

CARER SUPPORT GROUPS

If you are a carer for someone with dementia and you would like to meet with other carers for support; please come along to one of the following monthly groups facilitated by a trained member of staff. Amersham Amersham Free Church, Woodside Road, Amersham, HP6 6AJ...

Sources of support for families

People affected by dementia do not need to be alone. Whether you have a dementia diagnosis, or care for someone who has one, there are local services that can support you practically and emotionally. Your GP should be able to organise an assessment of the person with...