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Important update about the Local Dementia Action Alliance website:

Alzheimer’s Society’s support for the Local Dementia Action Alliance (LDAA) website and the Dementia Friendly Communities recognition scheme will come to an end on 31 December 2023. As a result, the LDAA website will be closing on the 5 January 2024.

If you have any questions regarding the closure, please email dementiaactionalliance@alzheimers.org.uk.

Get involved with the Alliance

If you are a person living with dementia and want to get involved in your LDAA please contact dementiaactionalliance@alzheimers.org.uk 

If you are a person living with dementia and think you can influence Alzheimer’s Society’s work please go to Dementia Voice page and complete the form.

Complete the form below to join the Dementia Action Alliance

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If applicable, please indicate the existing local alliance you would like to join. If there is not one in your area, we will match you to one when one forms

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What sectors does your organisation work in?

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Your response could include a national AND local role. Consider your organisation’s role in influencing and supporting the work of other organisations as well as the projects you deliver. (200 words)
Your response could include your members’ understanding of dementia. A training body might say there is no agreement on appropriate core curricula. (150 words)