Developing more dementia friendly environments
The physical environment is an important part of any community, and one that aims to be more dementia friendly should consider its impact on people living with dementia.
Organisations can make small or big changes that can make a real difference - shown below are some resources which might help.
DAA Board Minutes NOV 2013
The minutes from the DAA Board meeting on 4th November 2013 looking at local and national DAA SWOT analysis and strategy summary.Download DAA Board Paper 4th November 2013
Are we creating a world where people with dementia can thrive?
Neil Mapes, CEO of Dementia Adventure shares why he thinks it’s good to take positive risks and get people outdoors.
Understanding the changes in intimacy that accompany dementia
As a social psychologist, I am really interested in assumptions and what they do in the world. One of the most common assumptions I hear is this – old people don’t have sex...people who are ill don’t have sex...
DAA Board Minutes APRIL 2013
The minutes from the DAA Board meeting on 22nd April 2013 on building the network, dementia care and support compact and an update.Download DAA Board Minutes 22nd April 2013
DAA Annual Report 2011
2011 ReportDownload DAA Annual Report 2011
Webinar: Mental Capacity: The Role of Speech and Language Therapists
On 20th November 2017, RCSLT delivered a webinar entitled Mental Capacity: The Role of Speech and Language TherapistsDownload Mental capacity webinar
DAA Annual Report 2012
2012Download DAA Annual Report 2012
Dementia Action Alliance Governance Framework 2017
This document provides an overview of the background, working and governance of the Dementia Action Alliance.Download 2017 DAA Governance Framework v2
Guidance to services to support family carers living with dementiaDownload Top 20 Checklist April 2014 Final Version
DAA Annual Report 2013
2013Download DAA Annual Report 2013