Please complete a DAI Survey

Dementia Alliance International wants to hear ALL of the voices of dementia, and invites you to have your say. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • People with dementia
  • Care partners
  • Families
  • Researchers
  • Policy makers
  • Advocacy organisation staff
  • Health Care Professionals

Dementia Alliance International (DAI) wants to hear from you about your experience being involved in advocacy, research or policy. Please consider completing their short survey and help shape the future of dementia advocacy.

You can complete the survey here:

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In many countries, policy makers, researchers and service planners are increasingly valuing the inclusion of lived experience advocates with dementia and care partners in projects.

At the same time, there continues to be challenges in understanding what involvement should mean, who should be involved and how their involvement will be supported.

This research will help to identify the next steps in ensuring meaningful and valued participation and involvement of people with a lived experience of dementia. DAI will be releasing a publication mid-next year which will include recommendations about next steps.

Don’t miss your opportunity to have a say and be part of this important work.

Any questions about the Survey can be sent to

Or complete the survey here:

The survey will close on January 15, 2020.

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