Dementia support provided by Alzheimers Society

Hillingdon Dementia Support provided by Alzheimer's Society
Tel: 01923 842444
Dementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help understand dementia, cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future. This includes helping you to access other support services, help you feel supported and maintain independence, choice and control over your caring role. They offer support face to face, over the phone or in writing.

There are several cafes for people with dementia where you can take the person you care for and meet other carers for information and support:


Alzheimer's Society
Templeton Centre, United Reform Church, Joel Street, Northwood Hills
Fortnightly on Tuesday 10:30am-12:30pm with Julia
Hayes & Harlington Community Centre, Albert Road, Hayes
Fortnightly on Fridays 10:30am-12:30pm with Madhuri

The Dementia Cafe provides information about living with dementia and other services available locally in an informal and comfortable environment. The Café is also a place to relax, socialise and meet other people with dementia and their carers.

Forget-Me-Not Cafe
in partnership with Alzheimer's Society
St Matthews Church, High Street, Yiewsley UB7 7QH
Second Monday of every month from 11am - 1pm
Meet other carers who are in the same situation. Bring the person you care for. Specialist support from Alzheimer's Society. Have your say on the activities from music and games to art and craft, to speakers and trips.
For more information contact Manori Wellington at St Matthews Church 01895 444042 or email admin@stmatthewsyiewsley.org.uk


Harlington Hospice also provides a comprehensive Caring with Confidence course
for those of you who are supporting someone who has been diagnosed with dementia.
These are really beneficial and valuable courses.

The person you care for can be looked after and given fun activities with Harlington Hospice staff whilst the course takes place and you can both stay for a three course hot lunch together afterwards.
Transport can be provided if you might find it difficult to get there.

Please call Nadia for further information.


Magic Table Sessions / Tovertafel Launch of Tovertafel at Uxbridge Library with Boris Johnson
(interactive light games for people living with dementia and their family/carers)
Uxbridge Library, High Street
Fridays 11:00-12:00 No need to book, just pop in
or Book to use the games at your convenience by calling 01895 277798 or uxbridge-library@hillingdon.gov.uk





Dementia Coffee Mornings LBH in partnership with Hillingdon Carers Dementia Friends join together for a cuppa
No need to book, just pop in
We offer activities including: singing, reminiscence, art, and dementia advice and support
Uxbridge Library, High Street, Uxbridge UB8

Tuesdays 10:00-11:30am
Botwell Library,East Avenue, Hayes UB3 2HW
Thursdays 11:00am- 12:30pm
Northwood Hills Library, Potter Street, Northwood HA6 1QQ
Tuesdays 10:30am-12noon
Ruislip Manor Library, Linden Avenue, Ruislip Manor HA4 8TW
Wednesdays 2:30-4:00pm
Harlington Library, Pinkwell Lane, Harlington UB3 1PB
Monday 10:30am-12:00noon
Yiewsley Library, High Street, Yiewsley UB7 7BE
Every fourth Monday 11:00am-1:00pm
These sessions are run by Green Spaces, Sport and Culture, London Borough of Hillingdon



Hillingdon Dementia Action Alliance
Hillingdon Council and the Hillingdon Alzheimer's Society have come together to set up Hillingdon Dementia Action Alliance.
The aim is to create a dementia-friendly community in Hillingdon, where there is a greater awareness and understanding of dementia. We want individuals with dementia, and their carers to feel supported to remain independent and have choice and control over their lives.
We will be holding a meeting on Wednesday 5 December at the Beck Theatre from 1pm to 3pm, which is open to anyone (residents and organisations) wanting to find out more about Hillingdon becoming dementia friendly.