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Age UK Bromley and Greenwich

We provide preventative quality services activities and support that, promote opportunities, independence and choice for older people. We also influence local policy and practice, promote the contribution older people make to the community and campaign on issues affecting older people. We offer free, independent and confidential information and advice to older people, their carers, relatives and friends on a wide range of issues. They include money matters, housing, health, help in your home, transport and leisure activities. We also provide help with benefit entitlement.

5 August 2018
Local Alliances:
Bromley Dementia Action Alliance

1. Action Plan

We have a specialist care day centre for people with dementia or memory problems, helping them live a better quality of life.

The Day Centre service is available every week on a Monday 9-4pm.

2. Actions

  • To continue to roll out our dementia awareness training for all our time bank volunteers, staff and trustees

    New member

    Being implemented
  • To complete an audit of our premises and services to ensure that they are accessible for people living with dementia

    To use the DAA environment checklist to audit our premises to ensure that they are accessible for people with dementia.

    To complete a services audit.


    2016 - Third Quarter Update

    New member

  • To challenge the barriers that people living with dementia face in the local community

    To challenge the barriers that people living with dementia face in the local community.

    Being implemented

    2016 - Third Quarter Update

    New member