Online resources, publications and training on dementia
Read these resources for tips about what your organisation can do and how to make the most of your membership.
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The Language of Dementia part 2
This is the PowerPoint used by Mo Ali from West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue:Download Dementia YORK 2
Dementia friendly environments checklist
Based on work by Innovations in Dementia, this simple checklist looks at physical features such as signage, lighting, and more to assess small changes in your organistion's public spaces which may make a positive difference to your employees or customersDownload dementia friendly environments checklist
DAA aims to build stronger links with housing
I have been working for the Dementia Action Alliance (DAA) virtually since its inception and therefore have been part of all of the challenges and achievements but also been able to watch it grow from strength to strength.
Meet our new Communications Officer, Louise Thomas
Dementia Action Alliance Secretariat is delighted to welcome Louise Thomas as our new Communications Officer. Read her first blog and find out more about what she'll be getting up to...
Dementia United blog on DAA Devolution event
In Dementia United's latest guest blog, Veronica Hawking from Alzheimer’s Society, a key leader in the Dementia United (DU) development team, shares her review of the recent national DAA meeting at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
Design and the built environment.Download Housing LIN
It's time to embrace health technology & live well at home
Dr. Mahiben Maruthappu was guest speaker at our event, discussing the impact of technology and how it can transform dementia homecare.
Neighbourhoods for Life
Designing dementia-friendly outdoor environmentsDownload ■Checklist of characteristics of dementia-friendly neighbourhoods
World Health Organisation age-friendly cities
Produced by the World Health Organisation,this is a strategic checklist for developing an age-friendly city, which shares many features with a dementia friendly community.Download Checklist of Essential Features of Age-friendly Cities
First Quarterly report of the Dementia Action Alliance – March 2013
An overview of the Dementia Action Alliance First Quarter Meeting for 2013Download 20th March Quarterly Meeting