Toolkits, specifically for your sector
These toolkits and guides have been developed specifically for different types of organisations, and some may be relevant to yours.
Guidance for councils on creating Dementia Friendly Communities
This guidance looks at current best practice and learning in the creation of dementia friendly communities, how it fits within the broader policy landscape, and what actions councils can take, and are already taking.
Sector Guidance for GPs
These notes state why and how Doctors/GP Practices can improve the lives of people with dementia. They also provide guidance on how you can join the Dementia Action Alliance and publically state your commitment by developing an Action Plan.Download GP Sector Guidance
DAA Strategy 2015
The minutes from the DAA Board meeting on the DAA Strategy 2015.Download DAA Strategy 2015
Guidance for local authorities on Dementia Friendly Communities
A guide for local authorities on developing Dementia Friendly Communities. Focuses on helping staff to support customers with memory problems more effectively.
Sector Guidance for Residential Care Homes
This note states why and how residential care homes can improve the lives of people with dementia. It also provides guidance on how they can join the Dementia Action Alliance and publically state their commitment through developing an Action Plan.Download Residential Care Home Guidance
Sector Guidance for Housing Providers
This note outlines why and how housing providers can improve the lives of people with dementia. It also provides guidance on how you can join the Dementia Action Alliance and publically state your commitment through developing an Action Plan.Download Housing sector guidance
DAA Board Minutes APRIL 2014
The minutes from the DAA Board meeting on 15th April 2014 looking at outcome indicators, alliance events and income and expenditure.Download DAA Board Minutes 15th April 2014
Sector Guidance for Schools
This guidance note is for schools looking to sign up to the Dementia Action Alliance to support their local projects, help them with local connections and build dementia friendly communities.
DAA Board Minutes FEB 2014
The minutes from the DAA Board meeting on 19th February 2014 looking at communication discussion paper, right care, public affairs around local and general elections and post diagnosis care pathway.Download DAA Board Minutes 19th February 2014