Information about services for people living with dementia and their carers. Services are provided by Hampshire County Council and partner organisations including the NHS.
The service was developed following the launch of the National Dementia Strategy when people with dementia and their carers told us they wanted choice and control over how they live their lives. In order to have this choice and control, access to clear accessible information tailored to their individual needs is crucial. The Dementia Advisor Services will provide this information as well as facilitating access to appropriate care, and other support.
Dementia Advisor Service - more about what the service provides and how to access it
In Spring 2012 Hampshire County Council published a toolkit for businesses and organisations to help them think about how to become more dementia aware and friendly.
Given the expected increase in the numbers of people with dementia over the next twenty years, local authorities have an important role in helping to develop dementia friendly communities that will support people in their homes and neighbourhoods.
Download the Dementia Friendly toolkit
In March 2012, the Prime Minister David Cameron MP, set his Dementia Challenge to deliver major improvements in dementia care and research by 2015.
Hampshire is at the forefront of the dementia friendly communities work nationally. The County Council is working with Andover Mind to create a number of recognised dementia friendly communities across the county.
Read more about Dementia Friendly Hampshire