Brighton and Hove Memory Assessment Service (MAS) is a fully integrated clinical and support service that provides assessment, diagnosis, treatment and lifelong support for people with dementia. We bring together clinicians from both secondary (nurses and consultants) and primary care (GPwER) who work alongside our support workers to offer a holistic and personalised service to people. Brighton and Hove MAS helps people and their support network live their lives well.
Brighton and Hove, East Sussex
Brighton and Hove MAS operates as a community service bringing together clinicians from both secondary (nurses and consultants) and primary care (GPwER) who work alongside support workers, offering a holistic and personalised service to patients and their loved ones.
Unlike other Memory Assessment Services, they provide support at the point of referral to all, and work proactively with people to support improvements in quality of life. They provide formal Care Planning to people and hold lifelong support for people who have a diagnosis of dementia.
Brighton and Hove MAS is a team of specialist nurses, doctors, consultants, support workers and patient care advisers. They coordinate to provide high-quality, personalised care that adapts to what matters for every person who needs to use the service.
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Get in touch
You can contact us on this email and phone number between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday with your questions or feedback.
0300 555 0175