The Exeter Dementia Action Alliance – Working Towards a Dementia-Friendly Exeter
Everybody connected with the Alliance offers our wholehearted support to carers, healthcare workers and people living with dementia during this challenging time.
For information about Coronavirus for people affected by dementia please go to the Alzheimer’s Society website.
To hear Gina Awad talk about living with dementia during the coronavirus lockdown go to this BBC Radio Devon interview. Gina also appeared on BBC Radio Devon on 14th May to mark Dementia Action Week and our 5th anniversary. You can listen here.
We believe that a dementia friendly Exeter requires greater community awareness and opportunities to live well with dementia.
We understand that change comes when people commit to practical actions that help build a dementia friendly community.
With over 850,000 people living with a dementia diagnosis in the country and no cure yet, it is vital we continue to consider how as a society we can collaborate and make a difference for those living with the condition and their families.
As an Alliance we value all of our members and supporters across the city and beyond who are behind our mission and make the alliance what it has become today, we thank you all.
To learn more about Dementia Action across Exeter email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Exeter Dementia Action Alliance is administered by Charities Trust Charity Number 327489
Charities Trust was established in 1987 as a registered charity and handles and distributes in excess of £90 million of charitable funds annually on behalf of clients and their employees as well as individual donors. For more information on Charities Trust visit their website www.charitiestrust.org/ or email email@example.com