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3 Spirit UK

3 Spirit UK is a Social Enterprise providing education and consultancy to the Health and Social Care Sector. We aim to champion human rights and improve the wellbeing of the most vulnerable in our communities. Through education and collaboration, we aim to empower both front line services, and corporate strategists to maintain an ethical and moral ideology. We achieve this is two different strands of our work: • by providing education to the health and social care workforce, and directly to vulnerable groups. • by providing services tools and/or consultancy to improve the impact of their work, to create efficiencies that improve wellbeing.

7 February 2017
South East
Care, Education Sector, Health, Local DAA Members
Local Alliances:
Aylesbury Town 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 aim to provide education resources on advocacy and mental capacity and to raise awareness on the importance and power of inclusion

Outcome 2

We aim to promote a right based approach, and providing tools to support assessment and co-production

Outcome 3

We aim to provide free access to tools which helps people to take proactive steps to minimise the impact of the symptoms of dementia, as well as increase wellbeing

Outcome 4

We aim to provide accessible information on a timely basis

Outcome 5

We aim to provide tools to audit the physical environment and education on how the environment impacts on our wellbeing

Outcome 6

We aim to provide tools that build on communities of support as well as educate on the dangers of loneliness

Outcome 7

We aim to develop resources from an evidence base, that have useful application for individual, families, and communities living with dementia 

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

The challenges in meeting these outcomes are:

Developing tools for the social care sector that work across a variety of roles, as well as work with a diverse range of dementia’s

Seeking, and securing funding to make our educational resources available to a wider audience

Fostering engagement, and commitment from stakeholders on a community level to utilise our resources to good effect

Working with cash-strapped social care system, that has systemic problems and fiscal challenges

Member website


2. Actions

  • To provide free access to the Home Spirit Tool

    We need to source a pilot site for the Home Spirit Tool, which will be a portal for professionals and individuals living with Dementia

  • To make our learning resources more widely available

    We are striving to secure funding to provide our learning materials to more groups, businesses and service providers

  • To offer our skills to consult in the local area

    We feel very passionate about sharing our skills in the local community. Being part of the Aylesbury Town Alliance will be an excellent way to be involved in supporting people living and affected by Dementia.

    Initial Scoping