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What kind of support are you looking for?

Care Domestic Transport Respite/Breaks Memory Aids Emotional
Paperwork Physical Emergency Legal

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Memory Aids

Sometimes a clever gadget can make all the difference. Assistive technology and telecare can help to support and enable people with dementia to live more independently. It is not for everyone but when the right products are found they can be very helpful.

Assistive Technology

Lifelines and Telecare


Would you like some help filling in forms? Support to make sense of a seemingly bewildering set of options? Or impartial guidance when things go wrong? Advocacy services can help you make choices, get your voice heard and understand your rights. The following links will take you to organisations that can help – or point you in the right direction.

Advocacy Services

Advocacy is a process of supporting and enabling people to express their views and concerns, access information and services and defend and promote their rights and responsibilities.

Benefits Advice Services

Places which offer Benefits and Debt Advice.

Attendance Allowance

Attendance Allowance is a non-means tested benefit which helps with extra costs if you have a disability severe enough that you need someone to look after you.

Council Tax Reduction

Lasting Power of Attorney

A lasting power of attorney (LPA) is a legal document that lets you (the ‘donor’) appoint one or more people (known as ‘attorneys’) to help you make decisions or to make decisions on your behalf.

Support with Completing Forms

Blue Disability Badge for the Car

Dementia and Driving

Guidance when things go wrong

Online Referral to Wiltshire Council Adult Social Care Team


It is notoriously difficult to get about in Wiltshire, but that shouldn’t stop you from doing anything. Whether you need help to get to an appointment or to keep in touch with friends, with the links below you can find some help with getting about:


Are you new to household chores because the person who usually takes care of it has a dementia? Is there just not enough time in the day to get it all done? Maybe there are specific jobs you need help with? Or is there someone you know who could do with a hand?

The links below were compiled in response to questions that came up when we asked people what they need help with. They include support with dog walking, shopping and maintenance around the home.

Help around the home

Meals delivered to your door


There are a number of ways professional support can enhance your life with dementia. The term ‘Care’ encompasses everything from a few hours of companionship, someone to help with personal care tasks that have become a little difficult to full time care. Care can be delivered in many ways. Sometimes it is enough to have a few ‘gadgets’ around the home which are monitored remotely to make you feel safe. We have grouped ‘care’ into sections. You can search on these links by postcode for providers near your home.

Support at Home

Finding a Residential Care Home

Hospital Admissions


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