Supporting inclusion for people with dementia
Read about solutions to improve experiences and outcomes for diverse populations, and how these solutions were informed by research with people who have dementia.
People living with dementia, carers and providers of services to LGBT+ people worked with Alzheimer's Society to identify issues, then develop tips and pilot activity in Manchester and Brighton.
Enabling more people to able to understand their rights by having access to an Easy Read version of the Dementia Statements.
A focus group exploring unmet spiritual needs of people living with dementia has led to more dementia-friendly church services.
People living with dementia, their carers and supporters, took part in simple practical activities, providing feedback and learning through verbal responses, choices and observation.
An example from Alzheimer's Society's Digital team's work with people with dementia and carers.
Co-development of culturally-sensitive films to address needs of diverse groups associated with late diagnosis.
Dementia-aware staff who value constant feedback about service user experience, are delivering person-centred care, reducing distress, problems with communication, risks of malnutrition and dehydration.
Alzheimer's Society's Dementia Voice team worked with people with dementia, their carers and supporters, to identify challenges and solutions, to help people affected by incontinence participate in activities with confidence that their continence needs would be met.
User experience improving this Alzheimer's Society publication for people who have recently received a diagnosis of dementia.
Low cost, easy to use, technology enabling people to be actively involved together in community life, across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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.