Online resources, publications and training on dementia
Read these resources for tips about what your organisation can do and how to make the most of your membership.
If you found a resource helpful, let us know by tweeting us @Dementia_Action.
DAA Annual Report 2016
2016Download DAA Annual Report 2016
Talking to people with dementia by telephone
This guide contains a guide for talking by telephone to a person with dementia. Even when we are clear and helpful in our communication, a person with dementia might still struggle to understand us because dementia can affect the areas of the brain that d
Creating a dementia friendly workplace - a guide for employers
This guide for employers is designed to help them provide support for staff members with dementia. It may also be a useful resource for people living with, or affected by, dementia in the workplace. The guide includes practical tips and examples of situatDownload Creating a dementia friendly workplace a guide for employers
Webinar: Dementia-friendly housing charter
On 15 June 2017, Vanessa Pritchard-Wilkes from Housing and Care 21 and Sara Miles from Alzheimer's Society delivered a webinar entitled Dementia-friendly housing charterDownload Dementia Friendly Housing Charter webinar
Accessing and sharing information - acting for a person with dementia
A booklet containing advice to help when a person with dementia needs help with their affairs. It gives practical advice for handling someone’s personal information to help them manage their affairs, or when managing their affairs for them. Covers items s
Webinar: Learning disabilities & dementia - Enhancing care & support
On 8th May 2018, Beth Britton and Sarah Ormston delivered a webinar on enhancing care & support in learning disabilities & dementiaDownload Beth and Sarah Final Webinar Upload
DAA Annual Report 2017
2017Download DAA Annual Report 17 18 online final
How can we Make our Cities Dementia Friendly
How can the development of and support for dementia friendly communities be enhanced to inform future. York and share learning with other organisations? This evaluation of the York Dementia Friendly Communities Programme as carried out to help answer thes
Evaluation of the York Dementia Friendly Communities Programme
York and Bradford – two very different Yorkshire cities – are among those leading the field. This paper contributes to the emerging evidence base by drawing out the key messages from independent evaluations of their DFC programmes.
Evaluation of the Bradford Dementia Friendly Communities Programme
How can the development of and support for dementia friendly communities be enhanced to inform future work and share learning with other organisations? This evaluation of the Bradford Dementia Friendly Communities Programme was carried out to help answer