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Living Well - Further support as dementia progresses

Reports and Pathways

Useful Resources

Services and Support

Alzheimer’s Society - Find support near you - Find local support services for people with Dementia and their carers.

Live Well Wakefield - A social prescribing service in Wakefield. The service is for all adults (18+), who are Wakefield district residents in need of information, advice and support in coping with everyday life.

Carers Wakefield - Confidential information and support services for Carers in Wakefield.

Wakefield Local Authority – Community Anchors - Community anchors are services found in your local area which may help you manage your health and wellbeing. The centres play host to a variety of clubs, classes, events and meet-ups which are suitable for older people in Wakefield district, and can help you to stay active and socialise with other like-minded individuals.

Wakefield District Housing – Home Visiting Service - Wakefield District housing offer a home visiting that is for anyone who feels they need a little more support at home. The service caters for people with physical health problems, mental health problems, people with learning difficulties, those with low confidence, people suffering from social isolation and those who just want a little company through the week while their loved ones are at work.

Wakefield District Housing – Care Link - Care Link is a service that allows elderly and vulnerable people to continue living in their own home using the latest technology in personal alarms and home sensors.

Dementia Voices - Dementia voice offers opportunities to people affected by dementia to use their personal experiences to help shape the work that Alzheimer's Society does.  It is also often referred to as 'user involvement'.