Memory support from Alzheimer's Society
Published: 03 June 2020
The Memory Support Service team at Alzheimer’s Society are still here for people affected by dementia as well as people who are concerned about their memories. Although they are unable to take referrals for Memory Screening Assessments or support visits in peoples home, they are still supporting people over the phone, by Skype and email.
The team of Memory Support Workers are working hard to deliver guidance and information to people who need support relating to dementia and memory loss. They are able to give advice regarding coronavirus and tips if dementia makes it difficult to follow NHS or government advice. The Memory Support Workers can also signpost to other reliable sources for shopping, picking up prescriptions, etc.
If you think someone you know needs help, please refer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or you can leave a message on 01296 331749 and the Memory Support Service team will get back to you as soon as possible.
There also is the Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Connect support line is open 7 days a week for information, support and advice: 0333 150 3456.
Please visit the Alzheimer Society's website for further information.