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Stonewater manages and owns more than 30,000 homes across England and we have one of the UK’s largest development programmes to help meet the rising demand for housing, Stonewater was formed in January 2015 from the merger of Jephson and Raglan Housing Associations. We are one of the UK’s most significant social housing providers, both in terms of the properties we own, and geographic spread. Our mission is to offer quality homes and services for people whose needs are not met by the open market. By investing in technology and new approaches, we continually improve our services and meet the aspirations of our customers. Put simply, our vision is for everyone to have the opportunity to have a place they can call home.

22 March 2019
West Midlands
Arts, Charity, Commissioners Sector, Communication, Education Sector, Emergency Services Sector, Faith Groups, Health, Hospitals and Hospital Trusts, Housing Sector, Letting, Local Authorities, Membership Organisations, Other, Social Care, Telecare, Voluntary Sector
Local Alliances:
South Gloucestershire Dementia Action Alliance, Swindon Dementia Action Alliance, Dementia Friendly Leominster, Herefordshire 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?

To provide safe and decent housing for all tenants, regardless of their needs. Ensuring we are aware of disabilities and capabilities and supporting the tenants with a range of options/signposting to have a quality of life.

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

Funding and the high needs of housing provision.

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2. Actions

  • Looking at working with all tenants in how the schemes should look

    Continually engaging in coffee mornings, newsletters and surveys to understand and work with tenants in the scheme look, considering the dementia theme, although this has been difficult recently, plans are in place to get this out there and fully aware within our schemes.


    2017 - First Quarter Update

    New member

  • To understand and implement dementia awareness in all older people schemes

    To provide training to housing officers to raise awareness, and encourage the wearing of Dementia Friends badges. Also promote awareness within older people schemes. to become dementia champions and raise awareness in the community


    2017 - First Quarter Update

    New member

  • Providing opportunities for the community to engage and utilise the schemes

    To promote the schemes as dementia friendly and providing accessible schemes that consider the needs and aims of all, encouraging a continual development and review of schemes set up. To consider awareness weeks and promotion.


    2017 - First Quarter Update

    New member