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  • Daniel Rio Lal

Sandwell Community Dementia Service

Updated: Oct 4, 2022

The Sandwell Community Dementia Service provides advice, information and support to people worried about their memory and those with a dementia diagnosis in Sandwell.

The service is a partnership of 8 local voluntary sector organisations who are working together to provide support all the way along the dementia pathway, as well as, helping to facilitate Dementia Friendly Communities in Sandwell.


The service is free to access for people living in Sandwell who are registered with a Sandwell GP Practice and are at any stage of memory loss and/or other cognitive symptoms, diagnosed with dementia or a carer/family member of someone living with dementia.


To access the service, you can call 01902 826 655 or email bcicb.dementiasupport@nhs.net


Sarah Cooke from Murray Hall Community Trust and works on the service as a Dementia Adviser says: “The support provided is tailored to each individual’s needs with the aim to enhance their wellbeing and provide coping strategies to assist them throughout their dementia journey.”



Sandwell Community Dementia Service is a partnership of 8 organisations working collaboratively: Murray Hall Community Trust (Lead Partner), Agewell CIC, Dementia Pathfinders CIC, West Bromwich African Caribbean Resource Centre, St Albans Community Association, BUDS, Age UK Sandwell, and Alzheimer’s Society. Service is funded by: Sandwell Council and NHS Black Country Integrated Care System

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