Dementia Concern supports people with dementia and their carers to live as independently as possible.

Community Support Workers

A monitoring and support service for people with dementia living alone. Community support workers (CSWs) stay with each case from beginning to end, providing emotional and practical support via phone calls and home visits. They regularly monitor the situation to ensure relevant services are in place and to help the person with dementia to attend key appointments.



Dementia Adviser Service

Dementia advisers are named workers for people with dementia. They're the first point of contact for people with dementia, their carers and other professionals who may need assistance to access Dementia Concern. They complete home visits to assess the needs of person with dementia and their carers, while providing advice and information.



Dementia Link Workers

Dementia Link Workers work alongside GP Networks in Ealing and the West London Health Trust. They provide ongoing support and advice to people with dementia who are on medication and experiencing cognitive difficulties, as well as empowering carers and families. Support includes regular assessments and referrals to other services.



Social Clubs

Our social clubs consist of Weekend Day Care and a Thursday Group for more active people with dementia. They offer people with dementia a chance to socialise in a safe environment and offer respite for their carers.



The scale of our challenge


of people with dementia are women


people living with dementia in Ealing by 2025


of our clients are 65+

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Case Studies

  • Peter's Story

    Glynis describes how Dementia Concern helped her during Peter's illness with Parkinsons with Lewy body dementia. Read more

  • Richmond Park Outings

    We have restarted some outings with our Social Clubs and we have had some wonderful days out in local parks. Read more

  • Ben's Story

    A carer shares how the social clubs have been a 'lifesaver' for her and her husband. Read more