If you are based in the UK and run or are involved with any dementia groups, clubs or a dementia care organisation that represents carers or families of people with dementia and would like to be listed then please contact us for a free listing.
Or why not have your group or organisations listed in our search directory on the main page. Its free and we can even help you set it up. You can let others know of your organisation.
Listings are in alphabetical order
Action on Elder Abuse
Action on Elder Abuse (AEA) works to protect, and prevent the abuse of, vulnerable older adults
Telephone – 0808 808 8141
Age UK (formerly Age Concern and Help the Aged)
Age UK is the one of the UK’s leading charities for the elderly. They provide life-enhancing services and vital support to many people with dementia. Age UK also have many dementia group meetings throughout the UK and a group can be found in almost every county
To contact AgeUK
Telephone - 0800 169 6565
Alzheimers Disease International (Alz)
ADI is the international federation of Alzheimer associations in the UK and around the world. They are based in London.
To contact Alzheimers Disease International
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone – 020 79810880
Alzheimer Scotland’s run a 24 hour, freephone Dementia Helpline for people with dementia, carers and family members, or anyone with any questions or concerns regarding dementia.
To contact Alzheimer’s Scotland
Email – email@example.com
Telephone – 0808 808 3000
Is the leading UK care and research charity for people with Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia, their families and carer workers.
To contact the Alzheimer’s Society
Telephone – 020 7423 3500
Alzheimer’s Research UK
Alzheimer’s Research Uk specialise in funding world-class, pioneering research at leading universities to find preventions, treatments and cures for dementias.
To contact Alzheimer’s Research
Telephone – 01223 843899
Art 4 Dementia
Arts 4 Dementia Ltd is a new charity helping to develop and co-ordinate high quality inter-generational arts opportunities for people living with dementia in the community. Stimulating brain activity and bringing inspirational relief from anxiety and confusion, for them, their families and carers. We have more information and a short video here
To contact Arts4dementia
Telephone – 020 8780 5217
Provides Information and advice on assistive technologies for people with dementia. A UK based charity funded with help from the department of health. Also provides information on dementia consultancy and education for all dementia groups and individuals.
Carers Trust is a new charity which was formed by the merger of The Princess Royal Trust for Carers and Crossroads Care in April 2012.
To contact carers.org
Telephone – 0844 800 4361
These are a brilliant campaign group for carers across the UK that is run by independent unpaid carers.
Check them out and help if you can.
Carers UK provides advice and information to carers and professionals who support carers. They provide information and advice to carers about their rights. How to get support and how to complain effectively and challenge decisions.
To contact Carers UK
Telephone - 0808 808 7777 (Weds and Thurs 10am -12pm and 2pm – 4pm),
Contented Dementia Trust
The Contented Dementia Trust helps those who have already been diagnosed with some form of dementia and their carers. For whom practical help and resources are more important than research into prevention and cure.
To contact the Contented Dementia Trust
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Website - www.contenteddementiatrust.org/
Dementia Action Alliance
Dementia Action Alliance is made up of over 900 organisations committed to transforming the quality of life of people living with dementia in the UK and the millions of people who care for them.
Dementia Dog is an organisation based in Scotland at the Guide Dogs For the Blind training facility in Forfar, Angus. Its aim is to help people with dementia through trained dogs to help dementia sufferers in their everday daily life.
To contact Dementia Dog
Dementia Friends has been set up to help people gain a better understanding of the disease and then turn that knowledge into action. The aim is to create over 1 million dementia friends a across the UK and is open to anybody of any age and all dementia groups, individuals and businesses are encouraged to get involved.
Dementia Research Centre
A London based clinical research centre carrying out new drug tests into Alzheimer’s disease. Based at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (NHNN)
Dementia talk is an online toolkit for people living with and caring for people with dementia. It offers free advise and information for ways in which you can make better communication. Great help for all dementia groups.
Dementia UK is a national charity committed to improving quality of life for all people affected by dementia. Their affiliate uniting carers is a national network of carers, former carers, family and friends of people affected by dementia. Great support for any dementia groups.
To contact Dementia UK
Telephone – 020 7874 7200
Lewy Body Society
The Lewy Body Society is a registered charity based in the UK. There purpose is to fund research into Dementia with Lewy Bodies (DLB). They also provide a community focus for people who suffer from DLB along with their carers and families.
To contact the Lewy Body Society.
Telephone – 0131 473 2385
Nice (National Institute for Clinical Exellence)
NICE guidance support healthcare professionals and others to make sure that the care they provide is of the best possible quality and offers the best value for money.
To contact Nice (National Institute for Clinical Exellence)
Telephone – 0845 003 7780
Young Dementia UK
Originaly known as The Clive Project, Young Dementia Uk is a charity set up to help younger people with dementia.
To contact Young Dementia Uk
Email – email@example.com
Telephone – 01993 776295
Website - www.youngdementiauk.org
Other helpful dementia groups
There are many more dementia groups situated all over the UK and we would love to hear from you. If you are looking for a support group in your local area we can help. Simply send us your postcode via our contact form and we will do our best to find local dementia support groups for you.