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Protected: Memory Concerns and Dementia

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We have a range of services to support people affected by dementia, as well as their families: see below for a full list.

Knowing a few simple things about a person helps clinicians provide personalised care, so we have developed a new ‘Knowing Me‘ patient passport, which travels with the patient through their care. Find out more about the Knowing Me template.

Memory Services

Our memory services aim to help people worried that their poor memory may be a sign of dementia. Find out more on the dedicated memory services pages.

Integrated Locality Teams

These teams in Oxfordshire help bring together physical and mental health support, as well as social care services.

These teams are based in:

Abingdon (serving south-west Oxfordshire)
Oxford City

Community mental health teams services

Older Adult Community Mental Health Teams: These teams provide support to people with dementia, where more specialist or intensive care is needed. The team doctors, nurses, psychologists, occupational therapists and social workers, but everybody has specialist training in caring for people with dementia, and they work closely with other services such as GP surgeries, care agencies and the voluntary sector, and they  also support families, carers and loved ones. Find out more on the community mental health team page. 

Urgent care & Hospital at Home

These services provide a variety of levels of support for people who do not need to be in hospitals long-term:

You can find equivalent services for Buckinghamshire at the Buckinghamshire Healthcare Trust website.

Inpatient Older Adult Mental Health Wards



Care Home Support Service

Last updated: 14 March, 2018