What Type of Member am I?
This type of membership is for national organisations across England. Members include Alzheimer's Society, Bupa, National Care Forum, Age UK, CQC and many more.
Members come together to connect, share outstanding practice and take action on dementia. We ask members to:
- Commit to, and undertake, meaningful action to improve the lives of people affected by dementia
- Update your action plan on the DAA website regularly
- Be an active member, participating in DAA events, campaigns and areas of joint work
- Make either an in-kind or financial contribution to the running costs of the DAA
- Uphold the values of DAA
To become a national member visit the NDAA website.
The work of the DAA is very important to me in my role as National Clinical Director for Dementia. Raising the profile of dementia is so important in improving the lived experience of people with dementia their families and carers. The DAA provides much-needed input in steering many of the initiatives in which I am involved in terms of the perspective of people with dementia and their carers.
Alistair Burns, National Clinical Director for Dementia - NHS England
This type of membership is for those groups of people and organisations that operate on a regional or local level. Local Alliance groups commit to actions and work towards building dementia friendly communities.