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.
Cracks in the pathway - our review of dementia care
During 2013 and 2014, the CQC carried out a thematic review of the care people living with dementia receive as they moved between care homes and acute hospitals.
Supporting carers of people with Dementia
This report highlights key points where professionals and services can and should ensure carers are receiving the necessary information, advice and support.
Patchway DAA - Evaluation Report and Resources
This link provides various resources including evaluations of Patchway DAAs work, and videos they have made.
"Lasting Memories" film was made with Patchway Community College and Patchway Memory Café. They are using this film to inspire young people to make links with people living with dementia in their community.
Help your community become dementia friendly
How to get involvedDownload Help your community become dementia friendly
Training Session Guide - Supporting customers who have dementia.
Developed by Jackie Pool Associates Ltd for Andover Mind and Hampshire County Council for Dementia Friendly Communities in Hampshire. This 2hr training session with added guidance can be delivered as a self-directed training session.Download TRAINING SESSION GUIDE
Supporting customers who have dementia
Presentation developed by Jackie Pool Associates Ltd about supporting customers who have dementia. This should be used in conjunction with the Training Session Guide.Download Supporting customers who have dementia 2 hour PRESENTATION
Communicating with someone with Dementia
Tips on maximising communication channels
Training Session Guide - First Drama Scripts
Developed by Jackie Pool Associates, this document accompanies the Training Session Guide and 'supporting customers who have dementia' presentation.Download FIRST DRAMA SCRIPTS
How to Help people with Dementia
Information for customer facing staff and volunteers