Dementia Action Week
May 23, 2022
We offer information and advice for people living with dementia, carers, family and friends.Read more about us
Appointments via phone or home visit
Is to ensure people within the Calderdale community have access to a wide range of dementia information and advice.
For more information about what Calderdale Dementia Hub offers…Visit our about us page
Looking after a friend or relative who has dementia is often very challenging. Our Support Coordinators can listen you about the feelings you might be experiencing and sign post you to relevant support.
Referrals can be made for anyone of any age who have been recently diagnosed with dementia. Referrals into the service are made through the SWYPFT Memory Service, a GP/health professional or you can also self-refer on this website.
To make a referral via our online self-referral form, visit the link below
Here are our frequently asked questions.
People living with dementia, carers, family and friends can access our post-diagnosis support where we will discuss your individual situation and help you to access the support appropriate for you.
Anyone can contact our Community Engagement Workers which work alongside us and local partners to create a dementia friendly community. If you want to learn about how to help your business/service/home become dementia friendly you can contact us.
Anyone with concerns about signs of dementia they or a loved on is experiencing, can access our advice line 01422 399 833 and our website to support you with what to do next and how to access a diagnosis.
You can make a referral to our post-diagnosis support via our online Referral Form,
You can post a completed referral form to:
4-6 Woolshops, Halifax, HX1 1RJ.
Email us on CDH@commlinks.co.uk.
Or you can call us on 01422 399 833.
Yes, if the person has been diagnosed with dementia, we are happy to accept referrals from friends and family for our post diagnosis service.
No, we offer information, advice and signposting through appointments and community sessions.
No, we are not able to confirm or diagnose dementia, if you have concerns, we can provide information and advice to help you access an assessment with Memory Services via your GP.
No, everything Calderdale Dementia Hub offers is free of charge.
The appointments take place via phone call or home visit, or face to face in the community.
While we cannot accept a referral for someone living outside of Calderdale, we will work to signpost you to your local support in your area.
Yes, we will work with you to identify what your communication needs are and ensure translators are available for your appointment and any adjustments are made.
If your question is not answered here, please contact us here