Age Concern Hampshire says it is continuing to provide affordable dementia care services across Hampshire for the elderly.

The charity's Care and Wellbeing Centres, strategically spread across locations including Dibden/Hythe, New Milton, Locks Heath, and Yateley, offer day care in a safe and supportive environment.

Every person working in these centres is adept at dementia care, understanding the unique needs of people living with the condition.

The centres are equipped with secure entrances and controlled access points, reflecting Age Concern Hampshire's commitment to delivering safety and well-being.

Currently, dementia affects approximately 850,000 people across the UK. This condition doesn't only impact those diagnosed with it but also their families and caregivers.

To combat the wrenching emotional and physical demands, Age Concern Hampshire offers economical day packages. These aid those dealing with dementia and allow their families some valuable respite.

The centres additionally provide a range of innovative activities to stimulate cognitive function and enable social interaction.

Notably, these activities cater to the specific requirements of the charity's clients whilst promoting an encouraging and inclusive environment. Furthermore, the provision of accessible transport options underlines the charity's emphasis on inclusivity. To access these dementia support services, clients, their families, and caregivers can easily reach out to Age Concern Hampshire.

Helen Callen, CEO at Age Concern Hampshire, said: "As the number of people living with dementia continues to rise each year, we remain committed to providing personalised support for those affected by the condition.

"Our day care packages aim to deliver essential support for those living with dementia and provide vital respite to their families and caregivers."

Interested parties can arrange a free taster session by contacting Age Concern Hampshire at 01962 868545.