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Telephone: 08008886678
Updated: 07/01/2016
Information and support for family carers, people with dementia and professionals.
Age Exchange at “Number Eleven”, Blackheath Village, London, SE3 9LA
Telephone: 020 8318 9105
Updated: 12/10/2016
A charity working in the field of reminiscence, with exhibitions and arts projects, as well as groups for older people and carers.
Telephone: 0800 169 6565
Updated: 22/01/2015
Age UK is the country's largest charity dedicated to helping everyone make the most of later life.
Third Floor, 336 Brixton Road, London, SW9 7AA
Telephone: 020 7346 6800
Updated: 31/08/2016
Who is it for: Residents of Lambeth over 55. Information and advice service is also open to disabled adults and carers in Lambeth whatever their age.
Provides a range of support services for older people in the borough.

Age UK Lewisham and Southwark

11 Scovell Road, Southwark, London, SE1 1QQ
Telephone: 020 7701 9700
Updated: 11/02/2016
Provides a wide range of advice and services, including day care, healthy living, help at home, information and advice, outreach and volunteering.
Telephone: 0300 222 1122.
Updated: 18/05/2015
The Alzheimer's Society works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia.

Alzheimers Society - Talking Point

Updated: 02/09/2016
An online forum to talk to others affected by dementia.

Alzheimer's Society Lambeth

6 Sancroft St, Kennington, London, SE11 5UD
Telephone: 020 7735 5850
Updated: 31/08/2016
Who is it for: People in Lambeth with dementia and their carers.

Alzheimer's Society Lambeth - Side by Side

6 Sancroft St, Kennington, London, SE11 5UD
Telephone: 0207 735 5850
Updated: 31/08/2016
Area serviced: Lambeth
Side by Side is a free service provided by Alzheimer's Society to help people with dementia stay active and involved in their local community.

Alzheimer's Society Southwark

Ground Floor, 6 Sancroft Street, SE11 5UD
Telephone: 0207 735 5850
Updated: 31/08/2016
Who is it for: People in Southwark with dementia and their carers.
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For some people later in their life the cells in the brain that are related to mental ability become damaged, causing a gradual decrease in the ability to think and remember. When this happens it is referred to as dementia. Dementia is a non-specific illness syndrome (set of signs and symptoms) in which affected areas of cognition may be memory, attention, language, and problem solving.