Alzheimer's Society has produced an informative guide for employers to help them gain an understanding of dementia, how it impacts organisations and the practical steps they can take to support employees, clients and customers.
All organisations operating in the financial services sector are being encouraged to sign up to the charter - and deliver on their commitments to make it easier for people with dementia to continue access banking and financial services.
Based on work by Innovations in Dementia, the DAA environments checklist looks at physical features such as signage, lighting etc to assess small changes that would make a positive difference to employees and customers affected by dementia.
This resource provides retail organisations of all sizes with specific tips and guidance on how to improve the dementia friendliness of their store or shopping space.
A leaflet providing tips for businesses and organisations on how they can play a part in enabling people with dementia to live well in their community.
Produced by the Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project (DEEP), the Tips for employers provides practical advice on becoming dementia friendly
Carers UK and Employers for Carers set out key findings and emerging issues from a survey of employers and employees. The guide Supporting employees who are caring for someone with dementia makes ten recommendations for employers, health and social care services and government to facilitate better support for carers.
The Guidance for business is for local or national businesses looking to sign up to the Dementia Action Alliance and help build more dementia-friendly communities.
This booklet provides guidance for those working in a customer service role, on how they can help to support people with dementia who they encounter in their jobs.