Older People's Services
Surrey Safeguarding Adults Board (SSAB)
Surrey Safeguarding Adults Board (SSAB) is a multiagency partnership that has representation from organisations that support adults who have care or support needs. The partnership contribute to the development and delivery of the Board’s Strategic Plan, helping to deliver activities that promote adult safeguarding across the county. The SSAB ensures the improved effectiveness of safeguarding activity by its members and partner agencies.
Telephone: 0300 470 9100 (option 2, then option 2)
Text: 07527 182861
Age UK Surrey
Age UK is the country’s largest charity dedicated to helping everyone make the most of later life. Free, confidential advice is available on the phone, along with help at home and affordable counselling.
Telephone: 01483 503414
East Surrey Walkers
This sociable group’s primary aim is to enjoy walking in the countryside, enjoying an interesting variety of scenery.
Self-help techniques and local support for older people
There’s a range of information, support and resources specifically targeting older people, which you do not have to speak with your GP about to access. Please visit the Healthy Surrey website to find out about self-help resources available in your local community.
Surrey Information Point for Older People
Groups and workshops specialising in services for older people in your local area.
COVID-19 remote monitoring support for older people with mental ill-health and their carers
The TIHM Monitoring Service is a new, free NHS service that is remotely monitoring the health of older people with mental ill-health and their carers during Covid-19.
The service, which is currently accepting referrals, is free of charge and available to people of any age diagnosed with dementia or mild cognitive impairment and people aged 65 and over who have a diagnosis of depression and/or anxiety.
Please find the Dementia section of our Wellbeing Centre.
A free service for anyone over-75 who lives alone and feels they could do with a friendly phone call every week or two. To be eligible for a call companion you should be aged 75 or over, living alone or in sheltered housing and have difficulty getting out in normal times.