Support for people living with dementia

Care Coordinators

If you have a diagnosis of dementia or care for a person with a diagnosis, you should have access to a Care Coordinator to help you navigate and manage support.

If you are unsure who your coordinator is please contact 01344 823220.

Support groups

Bracknell Forest has a number of support groups for people with dementia and their carers including:

A full list of services can be found within the dementia directory. The Dementia Adviser Newsletter also provides information on local support groups.

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Services may also be available within the Bracknell Forest iHub.

You may also find it useful to read the Our Dementia, Our Rights booklet by the DEEP Network.

Local health care services

Our local hospitals are working hard to improve support for people with dementia whilst in hospital:

The Alzheimer’s Society has a 'This is Me’ support tool to help professional care givers provide person-centred care. It is suitable for use in any setting – at home, in hospital, in respite care or a care home.

If you would like to make a comment or give general feedback on local health care services, please contact the Patient Advice and Liaison Service  or Healthwatch.


People with dementia may be entitled to a range of benefits including:

If you are claiming one of these benefits, you may also be entitled to a reduced council tax bill.

Carers may also be entitled to benefits including a Carers Allowance

There may also be a range of other benefits which may be available.

Helpful information and advice is also available on our pages for:

Contact Information

Dementia Adviser

Available: Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm