Our community dementia service is available for people who live in their own home or in a care home within Trinity's catchment area.

The aim of the service is to ensure people living with dementia, and their families and friends, have the same access to specialist palliative and end of life care as those living with other progressive, life-limiting illnesses such as cancer.

How Trinity’s Dementia Service can support you:

People with dementia often have complex needs. Our specialist service aims to provide dedicated support and advice to help people with dementia make decisions about their future care. The service we provide includes:

  • Advance care planning to help people make decisions and record their wishes for care in the future
  • Care coordination to ensure that the right support is in place
  • Support for families and friends who care for someone with dementia
  • Managing symptoms such as pain, distress, confusion and anxiety
  • Advice and training for professionals who care for people in the later stages of dementia
  • Liaising with other services and signposting

Trinity's outpatient dementia services:

  • Monday Club: Monday club takes place at Trinity and is run by our experienced and trained volunteers. It provides a 12 week programme of music, exercise, art and 1:1 support for people with dementia and their families, friends and carers. 
  • Dementia Respite Bay: We have a specialist inpatient bay at Trinity that has been designed as a “home from home” for people with dementia, and their carers, should they feel a need to stay with their relative. We provide up to two weeks respite within a 12 month period. To find out more please contact our Dementia Nurse Specialists on 020 7787 1062.