Read about different ways organisations can become dementia-friendly, including assessments, adjustments, inclusive design and professional development. This section covers GP practices, hospitals, hospices, care homes and more.
Expert by experience assessment of ward environments identifying small, low cost actions that could improve service user experience.
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
The tool supports GP practices to improve the experience of patients affected by dementia, by working to achieve specific measures.
People with dementia were able to share about their experience by taking photographs, then discussing them with researchers.
The workshop, informed by the experience of people affected by dementia, enables staff to develop policy and meet people's needs.
People with dementia ensured that their local alliance took account of the experience of people with dementia and carers to inform its priorities.
Surveys and interviews found the experience of thousands of people affected by dementia fails to measure up to what they need to live well with dementia.
How to measure the experience of people with dementia
Get advice and tips on how to measure the experience of people with dementia, including help with recruitment and research methods.