Welcome to Dementia Oxfordshire
Support Line: 01865 410 210 9am - 6pm Monday to Friday

Stay at Home

The Government has asked everyone in the UK to stay at home. This means even people who may not be at a high risk should only leave the house for limited reasons. These measures are to help prevent the spread of the virus, and protect the most vulnerable.

There are simple, effective things we can all do to reduce our risk of catching coronavirus or transmitting the virus to other people.

Read more or see our COVID 19 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.



About us

Who we are

Dementia Oxfordshire is partnership between Age UK Oxfordshire, Guideposts and YoungDementia UK.  Together, we provide specialist dementia services that are freely available to people living with dementia and their families living in Oxfordshire.   

Our joint aim to ensure that people have the best available information, advice and support they need to live the life they have to the full.

If you would like to talk to us about becoming a Dementia Adviser or part of our wider team, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact us here.

What we do

Dementia Oxfordshire’s services are for people of all ages.  If you are over 65, our expert Age UK Oxfordshire Dementia Advisers are here to help you find local services suitable for your needs, individually or as a family. Click here to meet our team.

Our awareness sessionsUnderstanding the experiences of people living with dementia are run by Guideposts specialist trainers, and are free to attend for families and others providing unpaid care for people living with dementia. To find out how to book and more about our information directories click here. 

How to contact us

The best way to contact us is to call our support line on 01865 410 210. For more ways to contact us, or to make a referral, click here.

Join our team

Our specialist Dementia Advisers pride themselves on staying connected to the best available sources of information about dementia care development, both locally and nationally.

If you would like to talk to us about becoming a Dementia Adviser or part of our wider team, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact us here.

Dementia Statistics

Percentage of carers spend more than 100 hours a week caring for someone with dementia
Percentage of people want to stay at home as long as possible after being diagnosed with dementia
Average prevalence of people living with dementia in care homes
Percentage of UK population who know a family member or close friend living with dementia.
You can make a positive difference for people in your community living with dementia and their carers by volunteering for Dementia Oxfordshire. Contact us to find out more.

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