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Who can help me if I am worried?
They're a vital source of support and a powerful force for change for everyone affected by dementia.
Alzheimer’s Society is here for everyone affected by dementia.
Alzheimer Society - Dementia Connect
If you need dementia support, they're here for you. We know dementia affects everyone differently. So whether you, a loved one, a friend or neighbour is affected by dementia, they're here to support you.
Contact your GP if you are worried about any early dementia symptoms.
The rapid access service team acts as a single point of access for all referrals to older peoples services 365 days a year.
Their team are trained to identify the information that will best answer your questions. This might be by sending you our advice guides or helping you to find local services run by Age UK in your area. If they can’t help, they will direct you to the best place to go for further support and advice.
Live Well Wakefield is a social wellbeing service, commissioned by Wakefield Council and jointly delivered by Nova Wakefield District and South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. The service is for all adults (18+), who are Wakefield district residents in need of information, advice and support in coping with everyday life.
Nova Wakefield District is the support agency for voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations in Wakefield District.
We are a membership organisation that provides a range of services to support, grow and empower a vibrant VCSE sector across Wakefield District.
If you or someone you know is worried about becoming increasingly forgetful, particularly if they're older than 65, you should talk to a GP about the possibility of dementia.