Our patient system Klinik is available Monday to Friday from 7am to 6pm.

It is not available during weekends and Bank Holidays. Your request will be triaged based on the symptoms you enter. We aim to confirm an appointment date and time for urgent symptoms within 48 hours. We aim to confirm an appointment date and time for routine appointments within 48 hours. The appointment date for routine

Make, change or cancel an appointment with our online Klinik services.


Dementia Action Marlow

We aim to provide support and facilitate social interaction by making regular contact and arranging small café gatherings. We aim to enable friendships between those in similar situations. We aim to provide a voice to improve the information, pathways, help and support available.
07794 247111

Alzheimer’s Society

We are Alzheimer’s Society. We're a vital source of support and a powerful force for change for everyone affected by dementia. Our supporters ensure that people living with dementia today have the support they deserve, that their rights are protected and enhanced by campaigning, and that they can look to a brighter future thanks to investment in research.
0333 150 3456

Buckinghamshire Care and Support Directory

Information and advice on choosing and paying for your care and support.


In-Tune is a fun and stimulating singing group designed to help people with dementia. Marlow Library, Institute Road, Marlow SL7 1BL 11.30am – 1.30pm twice monthly £3.00
01494 568982

Contented Dementia Trust

The Contented Dementia Trust, formerly known as SPECAL, is an independent charitable organisation with an innovative approach to the care of people with dementia.

Getting care and support for Dementia

There may be ways you can receive help and support, either now or in the future. You may be eligible for financial support, while local groups and later care could provide the support you need.
0800 678 1602

Dementia guide

If you or someone you know is worried about becoming increasingly forgetful, particularly if they're older than 65, you should talk to your doctor about the possibility of dementia. This site offers information for people with dementia and their families and friends. It aims to raise awareness of dementia, as well as help people create networks and better understand the impact of the condition.

Dementia UK

Dementia UK offers specialist one-to-one support and expert advice for people living with dementia.
0800 888 6678