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Top Tips for making a LDAA work

  1. You need an enthusiastic group of people with a passion for change
  2. Share the work equally among steering group members
  3. Don't have too many goals - concentrate on one or two and make small steps towards progress
  4. Plan something for Dementia Awareness Week in May
  5. Engage with people affected by dementia from the start and focus on their priorities
  6. Make sure you share what you are doing - set up a social media page or build links with your local newspaper
  7. Have fun! Don't let your steering group meetings get too formal