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.
Dementia friendly technology
Thoughts and recommendations of dementia and technology experts about role of technology in transforming the lives of people affected by dementia. Good practice examples and barriers to use. Lead by Alzheimer’s Society and Tunstall Healthcare.
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
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
Think Delirium Cards
A breakdown of how Delirium can be prevented and treated: use the 3RsDownload Think Delirium Cards
Dementia-friendly Arts Venue: A Practical Guide
A guide for arts venue managers and staff on making the environment, facilities and programming of arts venues accessible to people with dementia, families and carers.Download Becoming a dementia friendly arts venue A practical guide
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.
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.
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.
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