Dementia Action Alliances in the South East are developing across the region at local levels, with some very established and others just getting started. You will find there are a variety of structures which reflect the needs of the local community. Some are area or county-wide alliances which support a wide range of local communities and in other cases they are stand-alone. To find Local Alliances set up in the South East click on the links below. If you would like to get involved with an Alliance or set up a new one in your area, please get in touch with the Regional Lead.
Miranda Groves: email@example.com
The West Kent DAA was established in December 2014 with all members committing to the National Dementia Declaration, and sharing local information and best practice.
Part of the Kent initiative 'Working towards becoming a Dementia Friendly Community'
The Weybridge Dementia Action Alliance is a small group seeking to raise awareness in our local community of what it is like to live with dementia. Our hope is that by helping everyone to understand more, those living with dementia in Weybridge and their
Aim to make Witney a more Dementia Friendly Community by promoting Dementia Awareness amongst a wide range of organisations so that their staff, premises and processes are more dementia friendly.
The Woking Local DAA has been created to support local communities within the borough to strive towards being a fully integrated Dementia Friendly community.
Wokingham Borough has a population of 154,000 people. Many people choose to retire to this pleasant area within the Thames Valley. It is a vibrant community with good road and rail links to London and the West. The over 65s are a growing sector of the pop
The alliance held a launch event on Tuesday 20th May 2014 which the Town Mayor and 65 people attended.
The Worthing Dementia Forum has been active and regularly meeting since April 2014. We are a collective of people living with dementia, carers, health and social care professionals, local traders and businesses.