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Clifton Ingram LLP Solicitors

Clifton Ingram solicitors is a friendly, down to earth, law firm with a personal no-nonsence approach. We have a strong team of law professionals. We provide advice of the highest standard cover all key legal areas. Many of our team are members of specialist organisations and legal panels such as Solicitors for the Elderly.

14 May 2019
South East
Other, Legal
Local Alliances:
Reading Dementia Action Alliance

1. Action Plan

1. The National Dementia Declaration lists seven outcomes that the DAA are seeking to achieve for people with dementia and their carers. How would you describe your organisation’s role in delivering better outcomes for people with dementia and their carers?

We often see clients who are diagnosed with Dementia or have family members with a diagnosis of dementia. We aim to provide in a professional, caring and understanding manner the advice that is required according to the circumstances of each individual case. Members of our private client team have specialist knowledge in dealing with matters affecting older clients. Many are members of specialist groups such as Solicitors for the Elderly and The Society of Trust and Estate practitioners.

2. What are the challenges to delivering these outcomes from the perspective of your organisation?

Making sure all of the firm is dementia aware not just those in the private client department. Our older listed building does make access difficult for some via our front entrance but we are able to offer alternative wheelchair access as well as home visits.

Member website


2. Actions

  • Raising awareness throughout the firm

    Raising awareness of dementia throughout the firm by holding dementia friends sessions.


    2015 - First Quarter Update

    new member

  • Support Reading DAA

    Attend and support the group meetings

    Being implemented

    2014 - Third Quarter Update

    new member

  • Firm wide support

    We are looking at the firm's policies on providing maximum support when advising clients and their families who are affected by dementia particularly in relation to assessment of mental capacity in relation to Wills and Powers of Attorney but also in relation to all of the work we undertake.

    Being implemented

    2015 - First Quarter Update

    new member