Fleet Dementia Support: A Helpful List of Contacts

Are you looking for Fleet dementia support groups, associations and charities? Bookmark our handy list of national and local contacts!

Fleet Dementia Support: Government's guides to allowance and benefits

The Government’s website offers a range of individual and carer dementia support guides. These include:

  • Attendance allowance: Anyone diagnosed with dementia could claim a top-up of their universal credit or pension. The additional benefit goes towards the cost of care. However, you should contact the Department of Work and Pensions to understand the benefits offered in your unique situation.
  • Carer’s allowance: A benefit for anyone who attends and cares for someone else for a minimum of 35 hours per week.

In both cases, you may be able to apply for other benefits, such as council tax reductions.

Through the government website, you will also find information on:

It is also worth noting that your local authority can help you with the cost of care. Scroll down to the “local support” section for contacts.

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Fleet Dementia Support: National Contacts

Here is a selection of the dementia support and charity organisations you can access nationally.

Alzheimer’s Research UK

A charity that provides a wealth of information from research to treatment understanding, helping you make sense of a diagnosis.


Alzheimer’s Society

A supportive charity that helps you share your story and connect with local resources and fellow carers or those living with dementia.


Carers UK

Expert advice for unpaid carers.



A network of over 80 groups for people living with dementia who can provide you with connection and shared learning.


Dementia Adventure

Supported holidays for those living with dementia.


Dementia Help

An online magazine for those who care for someone living with dementia.


Dementia UK

A specialist dementia nursing charity.


MedicAlert Safe and Found Programme

Medical ID services and personal devices to help identify and reunite missing persons with dementia and their families.


NHS Information

Alzheimer’s disease: www.nhs.uk/conditions/alzheimers-disease

Dementia symptoms and diagnosis: www.nhs.uk/conditions/dementia/symptoms-and-diagnosis

Dementia with Lewy bodies: www.nhs.uk/conditions/dementia-with-lewy-bodies

Frontotemporal dementia: www.nhs.uk/conditions/frontotemporal-dementia

Vascular dementia: www.nhs.uk/conditions/vascular-dementia

Play List for Life

Music has been shown to positively impact people with dementia, helping to stimulate memories and improve mood. This service allows you to create personalised playlists that can be accessed anytime, anywhere.


Rare Dementia Support

Support for those who have received a diagnosis of a rare form of dementia.


Royal Airforces Dementia Support

For serving or ex-airforce veterans.


Young Dementia Network

A charity that supports younger people living with a dementia diagnosis and their families.


Fleet Dementia Support: Local Support

Here is a list of localised Fleet dementia support groups and charities.

Dementia Friendly Hampshire

A charity aimed at helping those living in the county with opportunities to contribute to communities and find support.


Hampshire County Council

Here are your Hampshire County Council links:

You should also be able to find advice on their website for blue driving badges, meals on wheels, occupational therapy, and more.

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Fleet dementia care

Home Instead Farnborough, Farnham and Fleet

We can offer you a wide range of care at home support services from our Home Instead Farnborough, Farnham and Fleet Office. Services can include:

  • Domicilary and personal care
  • Home care
  • Live-in Care
  • Condition-led dementia care based on your diagnosis
  • Palliative care

Our expertly trained team goes beyond traditional care assistance to provide companionship and a holistic approach to helping you or your loved one retain a sense of self. We have found that this allows our clients to stay connected and maintain social and family connections while living a healthier and happier life at home.

You can call us for a free, no-obligation home visit at 01252 758 716

Fleet social groups and cafes for people living with dementia

It is crucial to retain as much independence as possible throughout a dementia prognosis. Here is a list of local social groups, daycare and memory cafes that we think you and your loved one will enjoy. These groups and cafes offer a range of activities, including arts and crafts, music therapy, and social interactions, designed to promote communication and cognitive stimulation.

Alzheimer Café UK

The closest to Fleet is the Farnborough Alzheimer’s Cafe.

The Daisy Chain Café – The Monteagle Centre, Yateley (by Waitrose)

Open Mondays 2 pm to 4 pm


Frogmore Care & Wellbeing Centre, Potley Hill Road, Yateley

Run by Age Concern and open Monday to Friday, 10 am to 3 pm


Forget Me Not Café, St John’s Church, Hartley Wintney

Open Tuesdays 2 pm to 4 pm


Memory Lane singing sessions, The United Reformed Church, 25 Kings Road, Fleet

Sing-a-longs every Tuesday between 2.30 pm to 3.45 pm

Phone: 01252 614344

Rosefield Day Centre for the Elderly, Odiham Cottage Hospital, Buryfields, Odiham

Open Tuesdays and Thursdays

Phone: 01256 393604

Singing for the Mind, Hartley Wintney Football Club, Green Lane, Hartley Wintney

Run by the Hartley Wintney Voluntary Care Group and open Thursdays, 1 pm to 3 pm.

Phone: 0845 5190855

Sporting Memories Group, Hampshire Lakes, Yateley

Sports games and trivia run by the Hampshire Lakes Wellness Centre. Open every Tuesday between 2 pm and 4 pm.

Phone: 01252 864590

Sunflower Café (Odiham), The Old School, London Road, Odiham

Open Wednesdays 2 pm to 4 pm


If you are looking for specialist dementia care in the Fleet area, call us today at 01252 758 716.