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.
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On the Journey to Becoming a Dementia Friendly Organisation
As part of the Dementia without Walls programme, JRF and JRHT committed to become more dementia friendly organisations, both as providers of services and as employers. They have been working towards this goal since the summer of 2013. Read more about how
Worried about your memory booklet (English)
This booklet is for people who are worried about their memory, or the memory of someone close to them. It will help you to understand why people may develop memory problems and the importance of speaking to your GP about any concerns.Download Worried about your memory
Example actions by sector
This file contains examples of sector specific actions for a range of organisation in both the private and public sectors e.g. health and social care; retail; banks; shops faith groups; transport; schools; museums and solicitors.Download Example Actions by Sector
New guidance to support integrated and person-centred care
New guidance to support integrated and person-centred care for people with health and social care needs has just been launched by Think Local Act Personal.
APPG on Dementia inquiry into dementia & co-morbidities call for evide
The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Dementia would like to invite you to respond to a call for evidence for our 2015 inquiry into dementia and co-morbidities. Alzheimer’s Society research shows that 7 in 10 people living with dementia are also l
‘Curl Up & Dye’ – DAA
Rachel Griffiths, Mental Capacity and Human Rights Specialist from Quality Compliance Systems writes about what she learnt from the Annual Conference
Dementia doesn't discriminate
Information for LGB&T people and their friends, partners and families.Download Dementia doesn t discriminate LGBT leaflet
Supporting employees who are caring for someone with dementia
Carers UK and Employers for Carers set out key findings and emerging issues from a survey for employers and employees, and make 10 recommendations for employers, health and social care services and government to take to facilitate better support for carerDownload Supporting employees who are caring for someone with dementia
Policy guidance of dementia care 2001-2013
A Timeline of policy for the provision of dementia care: England (2001- 2013)Download Reformatted Policy guidance of dementia care 2001 2013 DAA