Dementia Care Advisory Service

Wokingham Borough Council

This service provides advice and support to people diagnosed with dementia, their carers, families and friends. 

We can help by

  • Listening to all your concerns and providing confidential support
  • Providing a consistent point of contact
  • Offering relevant and timely information
  • Linking you with Health and Social Services where necessary
  • Providing you with opportunities to meet other people with dementia and carers

The diagnosis of dementia can cause a great deal of anxiety and you may have many questions. We can help by offering advice on the following:

  • Local activities, groups and support services
  • Longer term planning, including legal issues
  • Money matters and benefits
  • Services offered by Health and Social Services
  • Living well with dementia
  • Taking a break

Read our Dementia Care Advisor Newsletter - October 2023

Contact information

Contact Position
Dementia Care Advisory Service
0118 904 7200 0118 904 7200


Barkham Day Hospital
41, Barkham Road
RG41 2RE
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When is it On/Open ?

Date & Time Information

Monday to Friday


Costs and Fee Information

Service/Activity is Free
Cost details

Free support to anyone who needs it

How is the service funded
Local Authority

Facilities and Accessibility

Premises near a train station
Assistance/Guide Dogs welcome
Wheelchair access
Premises on a bus route
Quiet room
FREE Service
Car Parking
Refreshments available to purchase
Accessible parking
Accessible toilet
Free Parking
Additional Information

Home visits can be arranged

Accessing this service

Eligibility Criteria

Wokingham residents diagnosed with dementia, their carers, families and friends


Booking / Registration Required
Booking and Registration Notes

Please telephone or email to make a referral or book an appointment

Or email


Referral notes

Anyone can refer:


Or contact the service via telephone

Provision For

Supporting people with
Wheelchair Accessible

Last Update

Data last checked:

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