We are the Dementia Action Alliance
The Dementia Action Alliance is the coming together of over 700 organisations to deliver the National Dementia Declaration; a common set of seven outcomes informed by people with dementia and their family carers. The Declaration provides an ambitious and achievable vision of how people with dementia and their families can be supported by society to live well with the condition.
Alliance members work towards delivering this vision through committing to actions within their organisation and undertaking joint programmes of work, for instance in care, housing and schools.
If you are an organisation that would like to improve the lives of people with dementia, consider joining the Alliance today.
Local Alliances are also working to develop more dementia-friendly communities, and you can search for one in your local area or get in touch to help set one up.
"The strength of the DAA lies in the diversity of its members; especially people who have dementia and those who live and care for them". Sharon Blackburn, Co-Chair of the Dementia Action Alliance and Policy and Communication Director of the National Care Forum
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Raise awareness of compassion through "Compassion Matters" for people with dementia and their carers
We intend to:1. Run “Compassion Matters” seminars to raise awareness of the importance of “Compassion” and &ldquo...
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