A dementia-friendly community is a city, town or village where people with dementia are understood, respected and supported.
Come along to one of our local cafes and have a cup of tea with someone who understands.
Read the Alzheimer's Society guide and action plan for financial institutions and banks, to help them to become more dementia-friendly.
Discover resources for health and social care professionals working with people from black, Asian, and minority ethnic (BAME) communities, such as translated information, examples of good practice and outreach projects.
Learn more about how local businesses have a role in Dementia Friendly Communities, and with care homes.
Alzheimer’s Society is encouraging the next generation to become dementia friendly.
Find out how encouraging neighbours and friends from the community can benefit a person living with dementia in a care home.
Learn more about uniting people from the local community and care homes to create dementia friendly communities.
The concept of Dementia Friendly Communities is spreading, and more and more people are recognising the importance of making communities inclusive, supportive and empowering for people living and affected by dementia.