Dementia-friendly media and broadcast guide

This toolkit provides helpful guidance and tips on best practice to make sure dementia is accurately and fairly reported in the media.

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Dementia-friendly media guide: this free resource is full of tips and advice for all organisations in the industry

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How dementia is portrayed in the media, arts and popular culture can have a huge impact on public attitudes towards the condition. So it's vital that you use fair and well-informed journalism when dealing with stories around dementia.

To help with this we've created a dementia friendly media toolkit, consulting with people affected by dementia and representatives across the Media industry.

What's in the toolkit

The toolkit includes:

  • views of people with dementia on how dementia is portrayed in the media
  • tips on how to interview someone with dementia
  • language to use and avoid when talking about dementia
  • guidance on how to portray dementia in documentaries, drama and comedies
  • how Alzheimer’s Society can support the media
  • information and statistics about dementia
  • examples of good and bad practice.

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