Dementia Together was launched on 1 April 2017 to provide practical information and support for people who are curious, concerned or living with dementia, their carers and healthcare professionals in Suffolk, excluding Waveney.
The service aims to be a single point of contact for dementia-related information and support. You don’t need a formal diagnosis of dementia to use the service.
Dementia Together can put you in contact with a Dementia Navigator (a trained advisor), who will listen to you, answer your questions and provide you with information tailored to your needs, either on the telephone or through a home visit.
The service is being led by Sue Ryder but is a partnership of a number of organisations including Suffolk County Council, the NHS and The University of Suffolk.
Contact Dementia Together
- Website: Dementia Together
- Call the free helpline — 08081 688 000
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