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Dementia Information, Events

Meet our local Dementia Advisers Team who organised an Dementia Information Day held on May 31st at Witney Methodist Church. This event was created to...

Dementia Adviser talking to her session group around a table
Events, Dementia Care Access Project, Research

Dementia Oxfordshire has been working with Dr Rene Wiedner from the University of Warwick, exploring the concept of ‘knowledge mobilisation’ in dementia support systems since...

Runner, Dominic Heron, finishes Southend Half Marathon 2023
Activity, Fundraising

Congratulations to Dominic Heron on completion of his first major race, the Southend Half Marathon, at age 21. All his hard work and preparation for...

Tandem bicycle at an inclusive cycling event run by Young Onset Dementia Service
Activity, Wellbeing

Cycling  is a great physical activity. It offers the benefits of getting outside, doing something fun, boosting mood and improving well-being. To promote these significant benefits,...

Carers, Wellbeing

When a hot British summer arrives, many of us get excited, with thoughts of fun in the sun. However, for some people, carrying on with...

A man using his phone while sat on his sofa
Carers

Oxfordshire County Council have drafted a strategy to help unpaid carers in the county. These plans have been shaped by over 1,600 local carers, as...

Joan accepting a certificate of appreciation from Age UK Oxfordshire's CEO
Fundraising

It’s a very worthy cause, we would’ve struggled without the support.” Joan’s late husband, Sean O’Neill, lived with dementia for many years, accessing our support,...

Dementia Information

In a heartfelt and enlightening discussion, our incredible dementia ambassador, Glenn, and one of our wonderful dementia advisers, Melissa, participated in a fascinating radio interview...

Fundraising

Dominic Heron is taking on the Southend Half-Marathon on Sunday 11th June to raise money for our organisation, Dementia Oxfordshire, to help support people living...

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