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Salford Dementia Action Alliance

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Remaining 2018 Meetings:

Tuesday 7th March 2017 2pm – 4pm 

Tuesday 4th September 2018 2pm – 4pm 

2018 Priorities

At the final Salford DAA meeting of 2017 the members worked through successes and challenges from the past year to identify priorities for 2018.

Salford Dementia Action Alliance members identified the following priorities for 2018:

  • Developing Dementia Friendly Faith and BME Communities
  • Developing Dementia Friendly Housing
  • Supporting Dementia Friendly Emergency Services

Getting involved in Salford Dementia Action Alliance

Salford DAA welcomes new members from all sectors and supporters who may wish to volunteer their time to the alliance. Members will be invited to attend quarterly meetings to share their action plan updates and experiences, learn from fellow members and work together to complete action plans. Each meeting tends to have a theme identified by members.

Please check this webpage for regular updates on meetings, case studies and news.

If you or someone you know works or lives in any part of Salford who you feel may be interested in getting involved in the dementia friendly communities movement then please get in contact with us. 

Contact details

Gillian Drummond - Lead Nurse for Dementia and Older Peoples Services, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust



Alliance Members