Dementia Friendly Communities: what do they mean to you?

DAI You Tube BannerDementia Alliance International has a new survey about dementia friendly communities for people with dementia and their care partners (meaning an unpaid family carer or significant other who is actively supporting them). We are very keen to hear your thoughts and that these campaigns and initiatives mean to you, and if they have positively impacted your life. We have had a terrific response already, but the survey is open for a few weeks, and if you have not completed the survey, we would really encourage you to, or if you are able to share it, we would be very grateful. The survey is titled:

Dementia Friendly Communities: what do they mean to you?

Please answer this short survey on the impact (or not) of the dementia friendly community campaign and initiatives you have either heard about, or been actively involved in. This is your chance to have your say.

We would really like your support to complete this important survey. The results will of course be anonymous, but the data from the survey will be added into our first major publication to be released in September during World Alzheimer’s Month 2016.

Thank you.

If you are NOT a person with dementia and NOT the care partner or significant other supporting a person with dementia, please do not complete the survey. Thank you for understanding.

4 thoughts on “Dementia Friendly Communities: what do they mean to you?

  1. Good idea Kate to do this survey. It’s such a relevant topic so it’s great that we can have an input and have our say. I don’t know for certain but I think that was missing as an overall ‘bigger picture’ step from AA here.


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