Author Archives: Colin Bray
A big thank you to Exeter Chiefs for selecting us as a charity of the year both last season and this. The Foundation has supported us almost since the beginning of our journey and their support has been critical in … Continue reading
Many people living with dementia use personal alarms which is why we are delighted to welcome PPP Taking Care as an Alliance member. PPP Taking Care are taking practical steps to be a dementia-friendly organisation which is great news for … Continue reading
“We can meaningfully connect with people living with advanced dementia. We just have to intuitively know how.” Exeter Dementia Action Alliance founder Gina Awad talks to The Elder Magazine about what inspires her activism.
For Literacy Week West Exe School collaborated with the Exeter Dementia Action Alliance to enable 5 care homes and 16 residents to attend a morning event for Literacy week at the school, who is part of the Ted Wragg Trust. … Continue reading
We are delighted to have been selected as a Finalist in the Exeter Living Awards 2019, alongside eight other great charities We are very much looking forward to attending what will be a great award evening at the University of Exeter … Continue reading
The Exeter Dementia Alliance is delighted to welcome it’s newest member, Wellbeing Exeter. Wellbeing Exeter is a partnership of public, voluntary and community sector organisations who have come together to explore better ways of supporting the 40% of patients who … Continue reading
Working alongside the EDAA and local artist Eric Gray, residents and staff at Codogan Court have taken a creative trip down memory lane.
The Alliance is delighted and grateful to receive a donation of £1,890 from Exeter Golf Club members We thank Mike Comber for selecting us as his chosen charity group for his Captaincy in the Golf Seniors. The funds raised will enable us … Continue reading
A big ‘thank you’ to the John Lewis Partnership and Waitrose customers from the Exeter Alliance. We really appreciate your support through the Community Matters scheme during 2018.
Our 2019 Shining a Light Calendar – created by acclaimed cartoonist Tony Husband – is available to purchase for just £6 – £8 p+p. All proceeds go to the Exeter Dementia Alliance supporting increased awareness and working towards a dementia-friendly Exeter. Purchase your calendar from: Royal Albert … Continue reading