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Plymouth Dementia Action Alliance

Achievements

Registered as a Dementia Friendly Community

Plymouth DAA The Plymouth Dementia Action Alliance (PDAA) was established in 2011. It is comprised of over forty organisations who have come together to transform the quality of life for people with dementia and those who care for them in Plymouth.

 The PDAA aims to develop a Dementia Friendly Community which:

 “recognises the great diversity among individuals with dementia and their carers, promotes their inclusion in all areas of community life, respects their decisions and lifestyle choice, anticipates and responds flexibly to their dementia related needs and preferences.”

Our  membership is drawn from all sectors within the city and continues to grow and develop, the PDAA  welcomes  new partners and supports them in making their organisation Dementia Friendly.

All alliance members are asked sign a declaration commiting them to the aims of the National Dementia Action Alliance, and to develop an action plan for their organisation to achieve these aims. Organisations taking steps to become dementia friendly can then be recognised with the use of the 'Working to become dementia friendly" logo.

Aims and Objectives

PDAA action plan template

Dementia Friendly Plymouth toolkit

 1 Dementia Friendly Plymouth:Why and How

 2 Dementia Friendly Plymouth Dementia Friendly Environment Checklist

3 Dementia Friendly Plymouth Awareness Raising: options for staff

4 Dementia Friendly Plymouth Guidance for Customer facing staff

5 Dementia Friendly Plymouth Memory concerns

For more information please contact:

Claire Puckey - Plymouth City Council Dementia Friendly City Coordinator  

 email:claire.puckey@plymouth.gov.uk or tel: 01752 398922

Alliance Members