Dementia services

Living Well With Dementia

Our doctors and nurses are all available for support if you have (or your loved-one has) a diagnosis of dementia. Working in partnership with our colleagues from Warwickshire County Council and our local mental health service, we aim to help you and your family live well with dementia.

If you have concerns about memory loss, or changes in behaviour, you should discuss these with your doctor in the first instance. They will be able to discuss your concerns with you, and suggest how best to assess things further.

A wide range of local services are available to support patients with dementia, and their carers:

Living Well With Dementia
An online support and information service for patients and their carers living in Warwickshire. Includes a directory of local services such as support groups and activities for people affected by dementia.

Living well with dementia in Warwickshire


Cafe WRAP - Wellesbourne
Warwickshire Reminisence Action Project (WRAP) runs a regular programme of activities in Wellesbourne Village Hall for people with dementia, including a dementia Cafe every Wednesday from 2pm to 4pm. For more details click on the link above, or telephone Heather Brown on 07964 683146.

Alzheimer's Society
Local information and practical support for patients and families dealing with dementia.  Based in Leamington, there is a local Dementia Navigator service, who can provide support face-to-face, over the telephone, or in writing.
The Dementia Navigators service is provided by Alzheimer’s Society Warwickshire and funded by Warwickshire County Council (Tel. 01926 888899, e-mail:

Compton Verney Dementia Cafe
In association with the Alzheimer's Society, this provides a supportive environment to share experiences or simply chat with others in a similar situation.

Muscial Memories Cafe
Run by AgeUK, this provides opportunities to socialise and discuss issues in supportive and relaxed surroundings.

Age UK support services
A wide range of support services for older people and their families, with many specifically intended for those with dementia.