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Worthing Dementia Action Alliance


To make Worthing a more dementia friendly environment 


The Worthing Dementia Forum has been active and regularly meeting since 2013.



We are a collective of people living with dementia, carers, health and social care professionals, people working in the local community, GPs, nurses, local traders and businesses.  We are working with the local council to make it dementia friendly as well as creating dementia friendly schools, churches, the theatre and cinemas and have over 3,000 dementia friends.

Meetings: We meet every two months in Worthing. Our next meeting is our AGM. Tuesday 4 December, 2018 at The Gordon Room (just around the corner from Worthing Town Hall), Stoke Abbot Road, Worthing  BN11 1HW at 4.15 pm.

Speaker: Paul Tonking, Head of Revenues and Benefits, Adur and Worthing Council

Topic: Council Tax Discounts and Exemptions and Council Tax Support (Benefit).

Our AGM will commence after our guest speaker.

WDAA minutes 9 Jan 2018

Worthing DAA February 2018 minutes

Worthing DAA March 2018 minutes

Worthing DAA April 2018 minutes

Worthing DAA May 2018 minutes

Worthing DAA June 2018 minutes

Open Meeting minutes 9th October

How to join the LDAA: To join the Worthing DAA, please contact info@dementiafriendlyworthing.org or ring 07903 720 208