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Liverpool Dementia Action Alliance

Chair: Jack Coutts, Dementia Action Liverpool

Contact: jackcoutts@dementiaactionliverpool.com

Sub Groups

Service User Reference Forum (SURF)

Chairs: Roy Foden and Moira McLoughlin
Contact: SURFLiverpool@gmail.com

Community Engagement and Education Group (CEEG)
Chair: Jack Coutts
Contact: jackcoutts@dementiaactionliverpool.com


Chair: Pat Broster
Contact: PHBroster@hotmail.co.uk

Chair: Di Burbidge
Contact:  DiBurbidge@ChineseWellbeing.co.uk

Email: ldaa@dementiaactionliverpool.com

Twitter: @LiverpoolDAA

Upcoming Liverpool DAA meetings:

Quarterly meetings have usually taken place at Kensington Neighbourhood Health Centre, 157 Edge Lane , Liverpool, L7 2PF,  9.30 – 11.00. Until further notice all meetings are by Zoom. The dates for 2020 are

Wednesday 16 December

Members will be invited to attend quarterly meetings to share their experiences, learn from fellow members and work together to complete action plans, and to follow the Liverpool DAA Charter.

DAA Projects and Achievements

Liverpool Dementia Information Day

On 25th September 2019 Liverpool DAA organised a very successful event to spread awareness about dementia, to offer and advice and information to people and families affected and to bring together organisations and businesses involved in providing services and support.
Amongst the presentations given by LDAA members there was the formal launch of the Liverpool Dementia Forward Plan for the City Council and Clinical Commissioning Group, based on recommendations following research and consultations carried out by Dementia Action Liverpool on behalf of LDAA.For further details email strategy@dementiaactionliverpool.com.

Housing and Dementia Conference
Following the very successful one-day conference in 2018 to promote dementia-friendly policies and practices, a Senior Housing Officers Dementia Forum is currently being organised.

Dementia Friendly Liverpool City Region
Liverpool DAA is playing a leading role in the action-planning to honour the Dementia Pledges proposed by Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram and signed by local authorities representatives, including entering partnership arrangements with Liverpool City Council.

Liverpool DAA Action Plan
Details of LDAA's proposals and activities for the next 12 months can be found on our partner's website www.dementiaactionliverpool.com, including work with transport businesses, within BAME communities and with SURF and TIDE, representing people living with dementia and family carers. 

Dementia Friendly Liverpool Schools
Working with LDAA partner organisations, a programme has been launched to deliver dementia awareness opportunities to every school in the city, with support from Liverpool City Council Cabinet Member for Education Cllr Barbara Murray.

For details about any of the above or any other matter, email ldaa@dementiaactionliverpool.com








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