Here are ways people affected by dementia can share experiences, insights and ideas to help influence our services, resources and those of other organisations we are working with, too.
Learn how people affected by dementia can get involved in conversations using video and phone calls.
This page is about a focus group exploring unmet spiritual needs of people living with dementia, leading to more dementia-friendly church services.
This page is about how 121 and small group conversations have gone beyond use of a checklist and enabled a shopping centre to become more accessible, and inclusive, for people with dementia.
Incontinence can stop people getting involved in the community. This page is about helping people to get involved with their continence needs met.
This page is about how people with dementia, and carers have influenced development of app technology with How Do I?
If you are interested in sharing your experiences of dementia through media, public speaking, or engagement with decision makers, our Dementia Voice team can support you on your self-advocacy journey. Learn more about support for self-advocacy on this page.
Tips and templates for producing dementia-friendly documents, that you can use when gathering feedback from people who have dementia.
What people with dementia want you to know about creating dementia-friendly documents.
Read about blogs, toolkits, initiatives, guidance and published research studies, that will help you when measuring the experiences of people who have dementia.
A national survey and interview activity from Alzheimer's Society, to measure experience of people with dementia and carers.
The experience of patients with dementia has informed a ward transformation in Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital. This led to changes that help patients to be safe and well.
People with dementia ensured that their local alliance took account of the experience of people with dementia and carers to inform its priorities.