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YoungDementia UK

YoungDementia UK is a national charity dedicated to working with people affected by young onset dementia and their families to provide them with information, support and resources to help them to adapt and live life with dementia.  Dementia is ‘young onset’ when it affects people…

YoungDementia UK is a national charity dedicated to working with people affected by young onset dementia and their families to provide them with information, support and resources to help them to adapt and live life with dementia. 

Dementia is ‘young onset’ when it affects people before the age of 65.  We provide individual support to people affected by young onset in Oxfordshire and the surrounding counties, helping them to adapt to the challenges young onset dementia brings. 

As well as support, we offer a number of peer support groups to give people living with young onset, their family and friends, the chance to share experiences, relax and enjoy time together supported by the YoungDementia UK team.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Tessa Gutteridge
Contact Position
Director
Telephone
01993 776295
E-mail
support@youngdementiauk.org
Website
http://www.youngdementiauk.org/
Notes

https://www.youngdementiauk.org/young-dementia-oxfordshire

 

Where to go

Name
YoungDementia UK
Address
PO Box 315
Witney
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX28 1ZN
Notes

This the charity's registered office.  Our groups take place in different locations across Oxfordshire. 

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Our groups take place in venues across Oxfordshire throughout the month.

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
Aged under 65 at the point of diagnosis with dementia

Additional Information

Providing services to
Young people
Adults

Notes

https://www.youngdementiauk.org/request-support

Supporting people with
Mental health conditions

Last checked on 03/02/2020

Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service

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