Why become dementia friendly?

As we all live longer, and dementia becomes more commonplace, it's time for everyone to do the small but important things that can make all the difference. Read more

Wiltshire's Dementia Aware project

Over two years, Alzheimer's Support and Alzheimer's Society has helped communities and organisations become more aware of the needs of people with dementia and carers. We can help you too! Read more

How businesses can get involved

From large supermarkets and banks to hairdressers and pubs, businesses across Wiltshire are finding out how to serve their customers with dementia better - and that it is good for business! Read more

How GP practices can get involved

How your surgery can do more to support people living with dementia and their carers. Read more

How your organisation can get involved

If you are involved in a sports club, social club or organisataion of any size, why not find out how you can do more as a group to welcome people living with dementia. Read more

How schools can get involved

Specially tailored sessions are bringing the dementia friendly message to primary and secondary schools across the county. Read more

Donna and Tony's story

Tony Whitney, whose wife Donna was diagnosed with a rare variant of Alzheimer's disease at the age of 51, explains how dementia friendly communities can make a positive difference Read more

Your Dementia Action Alliance

Dementia Action Alliances are being set up across Wiltshire to bring the good work of communities together. Read more

Dementia Friends

Alzheimer's Society's Dementia Friends programme is the biggest ever initiative to change people's perception of dementia. Read more