What is a Local Dementia Action Alliance?
A Local Dementia Action Alliance (LDAA) is an easy and proven structure for creating a dementia friendly community (DFC) and is a group of people who have come together to create a DFC.
A Local Alliance can be established at any level, be it a village, city, county or even a region. They can overlap geographically and member organisations are encouraged to participate in more than one community.
Find out about Local Alliances in your area by searching below or selecting a region.
How to set up a Local Dementia Action Alliance
Set up a Local DAA, which is an easy and proven structure for creating a Dementia Friendly Community. For advice on setting up a Local Dementia Action Alliance, here are some top tips
Find out here how to make your community more dementia-friendly.
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The way that your LDAA and Dementia Friendly Community is set up will very much depend on your community and the needs of people affected by dementia in your area. However, if you want advice on setting up a local alliance, creating a dementia friendly community or just looking for new ideas, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will link you with other communities where you can share best practice.
Workington DAA welcomes members from all sectors to join the network, businesses and organisations including retail, transport, health, social care and community facilities too. The DAA also welcomes individuals who would like to support the town in becom
Workington had a successful launch of our alliance in May 2017 and are part of the Dementia Friendly Communities (DFC) Recognition Process.
The Yeovil DAA aims to make Yeovil a Dementia Friendly Community to enable to people to live well with dementia in Yeovil and the surrounding areas
‘What is good for people with dementia living in York is good for everyone living in York’ JRF – ‘Creating a Dementia Friendly York report October 2012
The Yorkshire and Humber Dementia Action Alliance is made up of a wide variety of organisations from the private, public and charity sectors – all committed to changing attitudes towards dementia and bringing about practical improvements to make a differe