Dementia Friendly Crawley
Dementia describes a set of symptoms which include loss of memory, mood changes, and problems with communication and reasoning.
Carers Support West Sussex
Are you an unpaid carer for someone with dementia?
If you need dementia support, we're here for you.
Call 0333 150 3456
Crawley Dementia Alliance
In Crawley, the Dementia Alliance aim to support and improve the quality of life for people who live in Crawley and who are affected by any form of dementia - whether as a patient or carer.
- Malthouse Road, Crawley, RH10 6BH
- Phone: 01293 447333
A charity dedicated to providing specialised end of life care and support to local people, their families, friends and carers.
- The Orchard, 1-2 Gleneagles Court, Brighton Road, Crawley, RH10 6AD
- Phone: 01293 657000
- Email Crawley CVS
Independent voluntary organisation and charity who provides support and service to voluntary organisations in Crawley.
- Headquarters, Northgate, Chichester, PO19 1BD
- Phone: 0800 3286487
Fire service carries out free home fire safety checks. Priority is given to older people, those living alone, and those with mobility difficulties, vision or hearing impairments and mental health services users.
Our Dementia Ambassador is Councillor Brenda Smith. She was the primary carer for her husband, Alderman Jim Smith, who was diagnosed with dementia in 2009 and passed away in 2016.
Councillor Smith acts as a non-political ambassador to promote dementia services and champion the cause of the dementia-friendly community in Crawley.
Crawley Men’s Shed offers a workspace where men can work on practical projects with others.
People are welcome from anywhere in the surrounding area. The space is equipped with tools and materials donated by the public or local businesses and is free to attend.
The shed is suitable for people with mild memory issues or early stage dementia as well as carers of people with dementia.
If you are caring for someone with dementia, come along to the Forget-me-not club and meet other primary and secondary carers who know what it's like living with and/or supporting someone with Dementia.