DementiaRoadmap

Helping primary care to support people with dementia

Surrey Dementia Roadmap

The Surrey Dementia Roadmap provides high quality information about the dementia journey alongside local information about services, support groups and care pathways to assist primary care to support people with dementia and their carers.

South Asian Carers of People living with Dementia engagement events

The Surrey Carers and Providers Network are holding a series of three 1-hour webinars via Zoom aimed at further developing our knowledge and support for carers from the South Asian community affected by dementia. Download a flyer about the webinars.

To join the webinars please contact Hasu Ramji by email ramjihasu@gmail.com or call 01883 626264.

New NHS remote monitoring service supporting people with dementia and carers

People who have dementia and their carers can now sign up for a new award-winning NHS remote monitoring service that will offer them increased support during the coronavirus outbreak.

The new, free of charge TIHM (Technology Integrated Health Management) Monitoring Service remotely monitors the health and wellbeing of both the person with dementia and the carer. It is offered to residents across Surrey by local NHS provider, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, smart home monitoring provider, Howz, Surrey County Council and Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership.

The aim of the Service is to reassure people about their health during this difficult period, alert them to potential issues and, where necessary, ensure they receive prompt treatment and support.

People are provided with a package of free, easy to use remote monitoring devices, including a digital thermometer, oximeter, tablet and sensors. The devices enable a clinically-led Monitoring Team to remotely monitor people’s body temperature, pulse, oxygen saturation and general wellbeing. If the technology identifies an issue, an alert is flagged on a digital dashboard and the Monitoring Team follows up, providing the necessary support.

The Monitoring Team is supported by GPs and Adult Social Care Teams and is available daily, from 8am to 8pm. If necessary, the Team will arrange for coronavirus testing and liaise with 111 and hospital services.

The TIHM Monitoring Service is limited to 1,000 homes across Surrey. It is available to anyone with a diagnosis of dementia who is a resident in Surrey and who does not live in a care home. If the person with dementia also has a regular carer, the carer can apply to receive the Service too.

To sign up for the Service, simply go to: www.sabp.nhs.uk/tihm and complete an online self-referral form. You can also call the Monitoring Team on 0800 448 0786 or email them at rxx.tihm2@nhs.net to request the Service.

5 key messages for people living with dementia in Surrey during the Coronavirus outbreakDownload a leaflet containing 5 key messages for people living with dementia in Surrey during the Coronavirus outbreak:

  1. Stay safe and well
  2. Stay connected
  3. Keep a sense of purpose
  4. Stay active
  5. Stay positive

Download guidance on keeping safe at home and keeping safe in residential care during the Coronavirus outbreak.

Download an information toolkit about the Coronavirus pandemic and posters about the Coronavirus pandemic for people living with dementia that can be adapted for use in local settings.

How to use the Surrey Dementia Roadmap

Use the ‘Well pathway’ menu to find groups and resources organised into the Well Pathway for Dementia. This includes: Preventing well, Diagnosing well, Supported well, Living well, Dying well and Caring well.

Use the ‘Local services’ menu to find local groups and services for people living with dementia in Surrey. For example Activity and social groups, Carer support groups, Day services, Dementia support workers, Home care services, Memory cafes and Singing for the brain groups.

Use the ‘Search tools’ menu to Use a search form, Find services by postcode, View services on a map, View a list of services, View a list of resources and View a sitemap with links to every page on the Surrey Dementia Roadmap.

Tell us what you think

We would like to hear your views about how you use the Dementia Roadmap to support people living with dementia.

Tell us about your local group

If you run a local group or service for people living with dementia and would like to see information about your group appear on the Surrey Dementia Roadmap, please complete this simple form.

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Activity and social groups

Taking regular, daily, short periods of exercise such as a 15 minute walk can help reduce the risk of developing dementia later in life.

Find out more about the local activity and social groups in Surrey.

Day services

Day services

Day services increasingly provide specialist support for people with dementia by offering a stimulating and supportive environment with facilities which are able to support varying levels of need.

Find out more about the local Day services in Surrey.

Memory cafes

Memory cafes

Memory cafes provide a friendly and supportive environment where people can meet, talk, and learn more about dementia and what support is available.

Find out more about the local Memory cafes in Surrey.

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Carer support groups

Carer support groups offer support and information for people looking after someone with dementia. At some support groups an on-site service with activities is provided for people with dementia to enable the carer to attend.

Find out more about the local Carer support groups in Surrey.

Dementia support workers

Dementia support workers

Dementia support workers help people with dementia maintain their independence, improve their sense of well-being and take control of their own lives.

Find out more about the Dementia support workers in Surrey.

Singing for the brain

Singing for the brain groups

Singing for the brain is structured group session focused around music therapy and singing for people with dementia and their carers.

Find out more about the Singing for the brain groups in Surrey.


Latest groups

  • Join Dementia ResearchJoin Dementia Research forms part of the Governments Dementia strategy and is a service that delivers opportunities for people to see what studies are taking place both in their local area and nationally and connecting researchers with them.
  • Singing for the Mind – Hartley WintneyThese singing sessions run by Hartley Wintney Voluntary Care Group are available weekly on a Thursday afternoon from 1:30 - 3:00 pm at Hartley Wintney Football Club, Green Lane, Hartley Wintney, Hook, Hampshire, RG27 8DL.
  • Admiral Nurse Dementia HelplineThe Admiral Nurse Dementia Helpline is for anyone with a question or concern about dementia. From looking out for the first symptoms of Alzheimer’s, to understanding the challenges of living with someone with vascular dementia, Admiral Nurses have the knowledge and experience to understand the situation and suggest answers that might be hard to find elsewhere.
  • Dementia UKDementia UK provides specialist dementia support for families through our Admiral Nurse service. When things get challenging or difficult for people with dementia and their families, Admiral Nurses work alongside them. They give the compassionate one-to-one support, guidance and practical solutions people need, and that can be hard to find elsewhere.
  • Dementia AdventureDementia Adventure is a registered charity dedicated to supporting people with dementia to get outdoors, connect with nature, themselves and their community, and retain a sense of adventure in their lives.
  • Race Against DementiaRace Against Dementia is an alliance of groups currently providing information and support to people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities in the UK.
  • House of MemoriesHouse of Memories is an award-winning training programme, run by the Museum of Liverpool, which targets the carers of people living with dementia. It provides participants with information about dementia and equips them with the practical skills and knowledge to facilitate a positive quality of life experience for people living with dementia.
  • Playlist for LifeBeing able to respond to music is the one thing dementia cannot destroy. Playlist for Life encourages families and caregivers to create a playlist of personally meaningful music on an iPod for people with dementia.
  • Engage & CreateEngage & Create is a not-for-profit organisation that uses creativity and conversation to improve the quality of life for people with dementia and those that care for them.
  • Ladder to the MoonLadder to the Moon provides workforce and service development that enables health and care organisations to develop active, creative, vibrant care services. It uses approaches that incorporate creativity and the arts, and involve staff, older people living with dementia and other long-term conditions, and the wider community.
  • ThriveThrive is the leading charity in the UK using gardening to change the lives of disabled people. Thrive run structured programmes of activities for people with dementia which focus on positive reminiscence, re-connecting with others including friends and family and gentle appropriate exercise and cognitive stimulation
  • Health Education EnglandHealth Education England (HEE) works across England to deliver high quality education and training for a better health and healthcare workforce.
  • HealthwatchHealthwatch England is the national consumer champion in health and care. We have significant statutory powers to ensure the voice of the consumer is strengthened and heard by those who commission, deliver and regulate health and care services.
  • RevitaliseRevitalise is a national charity providing short breaks and holidays (respite care) for disabled people and carers. We also offer inspirational opportunities for volunteers through one of the largest, most diverse volunteer programmes in the UK.
  • The ExtraCare Charitable TrustThe ExtraCare Charitable Trust is a not for profit developer and operator of ExtraCare Villages and Housing schemes which has retirement villages and housing schemes across the Midlands and North. ExtraCare's award-winning Enriched Opportunities Programme® (EOP) supports residents with dementia and dementia-related conditions.
  • Woking Wellbeing CentreDrop by on a Monday when staff will be on hand to assist you. Alternatively you can book an appointment for any other time or for further information please call 01483 743558.
  • Woking Dementia supportDementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help people understand dementia cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future. They offer support face to face over the phone or in writing.
  • Woking Day CentreThe day care and support service provides care and support in a safe and comfortable group setting. Stimulating activities are based on people's individual needs and interests
  • Woking Carers support groupThe peer support group gives people the opportunity to meet with others who understand some of what they are going through. Run by a facilitator the sessions offer a chance to ask questions get information and share experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
  • Weybridge Forget Me Not cafeThe Dementia Cafe provides information about living with dementia and other services available locally in an informal and comfortable environment. A Dementia Cafe is also a place to relax socialise and meet other people with dementia and their carers.
  • West Elmbridge Dementia SupportDementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help people understand dementia cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future. They offer support face to face over the phone or in writing.
  • Waverley Dementia supportDementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help people understand dementia cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future. They offer support face to face over the phone or in writing.
  • The Tuesday ClubActivity groups give people affected by dementia the opportunity to take part in structured activities. Run by a facilitator who encourages and supports people to take part the groups are also a chance to relax and socialise.
  • The Orchard Day CentreThe day care and support service provides care and support in a safe and comfortable group setting. Stimulating activities are based on people's individual needs and interests
  • Surrey Heath Wellbeing CentreThe main centre which the wellbeing centre is attached to provides day care for pensioners of the borough including a bathing service two course hot lunch and a programme of activities and entertainment.
  • Surrey Heath Dementia supportDementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help people understand dementia cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future. They offer support face to face over the phone or in writing.
  • Spelthorne Dementia supportDementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help people understand dementia cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future. They offer support face to face over the phone or in writing.
  • Spelthorne Carers Support GroupThe peer support group gives people the opportunity to meet with others who understand some of what they are going through. Run by a facilitator the sessions offer a chance to ask questions get information and share experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
  • Runnymede Wellbeing CentreThis is a free deep relaxation class for carers which works by releasing tension with gentle floor based therapy. There is no fee and is suitable for all ages and abilities. This a small friendly group with no need to book.
  • Runnymede Dementia supportDementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help people understand dementia cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future. They offer support face to face over the phone or in writing.
  • Runnymede Carers Information programmeThe Carer Information and Support Programme 2 is for carers family members and friends of people who have been living with dementia for some time. Topics covered include: understanding how dementia progresses and living well with dementia.
  • Reigate and Banstead North Dementia supportDementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help people understand dementia cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future. They offer support face to face over the phone or in writing.
  • Peer support groupThe peer support group gives people the opportunity to meet with others who understand some of what they are going through. Run by a facilitator the sessions offer a chance to ask questions get information and share experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
  • New Haw Forget Me Not cafeThe Dementia Cafe provides information about living with dementia and other services available locally in an informal and comfortable environment. A Dementia Cafe is also a place to relax socialise and meet other people with dementia and their carers.
  • Mole Valley North Dementia supportDementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help people understand dementia cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future. They offer support face to face over the phone or in writing.
  • Mid Surrey Moving and Handling ServiceFree practical moving and handling support for carers. Home visiting to assess the carers needs short term loan of equipment training around the use of moving and handling equipment i.e. hoists, wheelchairs etc.
  • Home Care – Rushmoor and Surrey HeathBluebird Care provides both home care and live in care services. Their services are wide-ranging to offer more choice and meet the needs of their customers be that personal care practical or specialist care needs.
  • Home Care – Elmbridge and RunnymedeBluebird Care (Elmbridge and Runnymede) is a family owned business and family is at the heart of everything they do.
  • Haslemere Day CentreThe day care and support service provides care and support in a safe and comfortable group setting. Stimulating activities are based on people's individual needs and interests
  • Haslemere Carers Support GroupThe peer support group gives people the opportunity to meet with others who understand some of what they are going through. Run by a facilitator the sessions offer a chance to ask questions get information and share experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
  • Guildford Wellbeing CentreDrop by and staff will be on hand to assist you.
  • Guildford Dementia supportDementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help people understand dementia cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future. They offer support face to face over the phone or in writing.
  • Guildford Carers Support GroupThe peer support group gives people the opportunity to meet with others who understand some of what they are going through. Run by a facilitator the sessions offer a chance to ask questions get information and share experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
  • Guildford Carers Information programmeThe Carer Information and Support Programme 1 is a series of sessions for carers family and friends of people recently diagnosed with dementia. Topics include: understanding dementia legal and money matters support and care and coping with dementia day to day.
  • GimmmicksThe peer support group gives people the opportunity to meet with others who understand some of what they are going through. Run by a facilitator the sessions offer a chance to ask questions get information and share experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
  • Frimley Carers Support GroupThe peer support group gives people the opportunity to meet with others who understand some of what they are going through. Run by a facilitator the sessions offer a chance to ask questions get information and share experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
  • Farnham Dementia cafeThe Dementia Cafe provides information about living with dementia and other services available locally in an informal and comfortable environment. A Dementia Cafe is also a place to relax socialise and meet other people with dementia and their carers.
  • Epsom Walking GroupA monthly walking group for people with early stage dementia who have insight into their condition and are physically able.
  • Epsom Singing for the BrainSinging for the Brain brings people together in a friendly fun and social environment. Based around the principles of music therapy the stimulating sessions include vocal warm-ups and singing a wide variety of familiar and new songs.
  • Epsom and Ewell Dementia supportDementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help people understand dementia cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future. They offer support face to face over the phone or in writing.
  • Epsom and Ewell Carers Support GroupThe peer support group gives people the opportunity to meet with others who understand some of what they are going through. Run by a facilitator the sessions offer a chance to ask questions get information and share experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
  • Egham Carers Support GroupThe peer support group gives people the opportunity to meet with others who understand some of what they are going through. Run by a facilitator the sessions offer a chance to ask questions get information and share experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
  • East Elmbridge Dementia supportDementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help people understand dementia cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future. They offer support face to face over the phone or in writing.
  • Dementia support – Blackwater ValleyDementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help people understand dementia cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future. They offer support face to face over the phone or in writing.
  • Crossroads Care Surrey West SurreyCrossroads Care Surrey is a leading registered Charity that provides vital respite breaks to unpaid Carers in Surrey.
  • Crossroads Care Surrey North SurreyCrossroads Care Surrey is a leading registered Charity that provides vital respite breaks to unpaid Carers in Surrey.
  • Cranleigh Dementia supportDementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help people understand dementia cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future. They offer support face to face over the phone or in writing.
  • Claygate Carers Support GroupThe peer support group gives people the opportunity to meet with others who understand some of what they are going through.
  • Carers of EpsomCarers of Epsom provides services to carers who support a relative or friend with an illness or disability.
  • Banstead Dementia cafeThe Dementia Cafe provides information about living with dementia and other services available locally in an informal and comfortable environment. A Dementia Cafe is also a place to relax socialise and meet other people with dementia and their carers.
  • Banstead Carers Support GroupThe peer support group gives people the opportunity to meet with others who understand some of what they are going through. Run by a facilitator the sessions offer a chance to ask questions get information and share experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
  • Ashtead Carers Support GroupThe peer support group gives people the opportunity to meet with others who understand some of what they are going through. Run by a facilitator the sessions offer a chance to ask questions get information and share experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
  • Mole Valley Wellbeing CentreDrop by on a Tuesday when staff will be on hand to assist you. The Wellbeing Centre provides a space where people can come along with their carer and be engaged in memory related activities. Please contact to see what is on.
  • The Conservatory ClubRun by the Mid Surrey Dementia Care Trust the club is a facilitated self-help club providing a stimulating environment for those with memory difficulties and respite for those who care for them.
  • Epsom and Ewell Wellbeing CentreThe Wellbeing Centre at Epsom and Ewell supports our growing elderly population and vulnerable adults with their physical emotional and mental health wellbeing. The Centre specialises in supporting people with memory loss confusion and in the early stages of dementia and provides information support and a pathway into appropriate assessment and accessing appropriate support services. The Centre has a Community Alarm and Telecare demonstration suite and home aids and a bathroom adaption model.
  • Activity groupActivity groups give people affected by dementia the opportunity to take part in structured activities. Run by a facilitator who encourages and supports people to take part the groups are also a chance to relax and socialise.
  • Arts 4 DementiaArts 4 Dementia helps develop activities at arts venues to re-energise and inspire people in the early stages of dementia and their carers.
  • The Reading AgencyThe Reading Agency is a charity working to inspire more people to read more, encourage them to share their enjoyment of reading and celebrate the difference that reading makes to all our lives.
  • All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia (APPG)The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia (APPG) is a cross party group made up of MPs and Peers with an interest in dementia.
  • Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP)The Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP) brings together groups of people with dementia from across the UK. DEEP supports these groups to try to change services and policies that affect the lives of people with dementia.
  • Innovations in DementiaInnovations in Dementia is a community interest company that works nationally with people with dementia, partner organisations and professionals to develop and test projects that will enhance the lives of people with dementia.
  • The Reader OrganisationThe Reader Organisation is a charitable social enterprise working to connect people with literature through shared reading. The older people and dementia work programme uses shared reading to improve quality of life and care for people living with dementia and their carers.
  • Dementia PathfindersDementia Pathfinders CIC is a social enterprise delivering therapeutic care and support for people with dementia and their families, and programmes of education and learning for people working in the dementia care field.
  • Cognitive neurology and dementia centreThe Cognitive neurology and dementia centre at St George's Hospital is a regional specialist centre for cognitive neuroscience and dementia, that works closely with other hospitals from across South West London, Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire, and with GPs, community nursing teams, mental health services and social services.
  • Carersmart: Making life a little easier for carers Offers, benefits and discounts available exclusively for carers and people with care needs
  • The Imperial Memory UnitThe Imperial Memory Unit within Charing Cross Hospital offers patients access to the latest treatments for memory disorders through participation in clinical trials and research.
  • Sporting Memories NetworkThe Sporting Memories Network, also known as Replay, is a national charity which promotes the use of sporting memories to improve the wellbeing of older people and to tackle dementia, depression and social isolation.
  • Alzheimer’s Society – SurreyThe Alzheimer's Society in Surrey provides information, support and signposting to anyone wanting information and advice about dementia.
  • Dementia Action AllianceThe Dementia Action Alliance brings together organisations across England committed to transforming the lives of people with dementia and their carers.
  • Faculty for the Psychology of Older PeopleThe Faculty for the Psychology of Older People (FPoP), formely known as PSIGE, is part of the British Psychological Society's Division of Clinical Psychology. It works to encourage the exchange of information, ideas and expertise about psychological approaches with older people.
  • British Institute of Learning DisabilitiesBritish Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD) wants people with learning disabilities to be valued equally, participate fully in their communities and be treated with dignity and respect.
  • British Heart FoundationThe British Heart Foundation is a UK charity leading the fight against coronary heart disease funding pioneering research to transform the lives of people living with heart and circulatory conditions.
  • Diabetes UKDiabetes UK is a leading charity that cares for, connects with and campaigns on behalf of every person affected by or at risk of diabetes.
  • Self Management UKSelf Management UK provide support and advice for people living with a long term health condition, such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease, COPD, arthritis and chronic pain.
  • Dementia Research CentreThe Dementia Research Centre, based at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, is one of the UK's leading centres for clinical research into dementia.
  • Bradford Dementia GroupBradford Dementia Group is a multi-disciplinary, multi-professional group committed to making a difference to policy and practice in dementia care, through excellence in research, education and training.
  • Dementia Services Development CentreThe Dementia Services Development Centre is an international centre of knowledge and expertise dedicated to improving the lives of people with dementia.
  • Disabled Living FoundationThe Disabled Living Foundation (DLF) is a national charity providing impartial advice, information and training on independent living.
  • National Council for Palliative CareThe National Council for Palliative Care (NCPC) is the umbrella charity for all those involved in palliative, end of life and hospice care in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
  • Gold Standards Framework CentreThe National Gold Standards Framework (GSF) Centre in End of Life Care is the national training and coordinating centre for all GSF programmes, enabling generalist frontline staff to provide a gold standard of care for people nearing the end of life.
  • Employers for CarersEmployers for Carers provides practical, ‘hands-on’, help to employers to support carers in their workforce.
  • Short Breaks NetworkThe Short Breaks Network is the national co-ordinating body for the short break sector in the UK, providing short breaks for disabled children, young people and their families.
  • Bladder and Bowel CommunityThe Bladder and Bowel Community is the UK wide charity for people with bladder and bowel control problems. It provides information and support services, including a confidential helpline, for anyone affected by these conditions as well as their families, carers and healthcare professionals.
  • Foundation for People with Learning DisabilitiesThe Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities influences government and local authority policies and services so that they better meet the needs of people with learning disabilities, their families and carers.
  • The National Valuing Families ForumThe National Valuing Families Forum brings together a network of regional family carer organisations to consult and feed into government policy and legislation affecting those with learning disabilities and their families.
  • Marie Curie Cancer CareMarie Curie Cancer Care is a UK charity dedicated to the care of people with terminal illnesses.
  • Macmillan Cancer SupportMacmillan Cancer Support is a national charitable organisation that provides practical, medical and financial support and push for better cancer care.
  • Foundation for Assistive TechnologyThe Foundation for Assistive Technology aims to develop a thriving market in equipment that promotes independent living and meets the real needs of disabled and older people.
  • Assist UKAssist UK leads a UK wide network of locally-situated Disabled Living Centres. Most centres include a permanent exhibition of products and equipment that provide people with opportunities to see and try products and equipment to support them to live independently.
  • Carers DirectCarers Direct offer a helpline for carers that need help with their caring role and want to talk to someone about what options are available to them.
  • Carers UKCarers UK is a national membership charity for carers, that is both a support network and a movement for change.
  • Carers TrustCarers Trust works to improve support, services and recognition for anyone living with the challenges of caring, unpaid, for a family member or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or addiction problems.
  • The Disabled Parents NetworkThe Disabled Parents Network is a National network of Disabled Parents, helping each other and bringing about change for disabled people who are parents or who hope to become parents, their families, friends and supporters.
  • Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) maintain registers of drivers and vehicles in Great Britain. It is important that practitioners encourage their patients with dementia to inform the DVLA of their diagnosis.
  • The Dementia Training CentreThe Dementia Training Centre offers a range of courses from face to face training programmes, tailored to the meet the needs of your organisation, free e-learning packages designed by experts, to a Master’s degree offering specialist dementia training.
  • Parkinson’s UKParkinsonism is a feature associated with some dementias, particularly Parkinson's dementia and dementia with Lewy bodies. Parkinson's UK offers support for patients and carers, including excellent advice on coping with daily activities.
  • Lewy Body SocietyThe Lewy Body Society is a charity which aims to raise awareness of Dementia with Lewy bodies for the general public and educate those in the medical profession and decision making positions about all aspects of the disease and to support research into the disease.
  • Alzheimer’s Research UKAlzheimer's Research UK is a leading research charity for dementia, dedicated to funding scientific studies to find ways to treat, cure or prevent all dementias.
  • Alzheimer’s SocietyAlzheimer's Society is a membership organisation, which works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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