Thurrock District Dementia Action Alliance (TDDAA)

Thurrock District Dementia Action Alliance (TDDAA)

Thurrock District Dementia Action Alliance (TDDAA) was established in 2013. It sees individuals and organisations come together that are truly committed to improving the health and social care outcomes for those affected by dementia.
TDDAA continues to develop and with the support and commitment of its members, they are working towards receiving a Dementia Friendly Community status for Thurrock.

FAQs

Q How can I become involved and support building a Dementia Friendly Community in Thurrock?

There are many ways in which you can support the developed of Thurrock's Dementia Friendly Community. Contact the Chair of Thurrock District Dementia Action Alliance, Pradip Mistry, for further details pradip@lifesmistry.co.uk / 07941635319

Q What are the core values of the Dementia Action Alliance (DAA)?

The Dementia Action Alliance was formed in 2010 with the launch of National Dementia Declarations. These are 7 statements that were developed by people living with dementia and their carers.
The Essex, Thurrock and Southend Dementia Strategy also provides the foundations for the work of the DAA’s in Greater Essex.
Any action plans created are formed from the voice of those living with and affected by dementia to ensure local challenges are understood and addressed to ensure people affected by dementia can live independently for as long as possible and remain active in the community.
By bringing together members from all across the community they continue to make commitments, using their collective expertise to influence Government policy and societal attitudes towards dementia.

Q Who do I contact for dementia support if I am affected by dementia?

Dementia Connect is Alzheimer’s Society’s new personalised support and advice service for anyone affected by dementia. It’s free, easy to access, and puts you in touch with Alzheimer’s Society’s dementia advisers. They will connect you to the support you need, from local help to phone and online advice.
Call for support on 0333 150 3456.