Become a Dementia Friend

Learn more about what it is like to live with dementia and turn that understanding into action. It’s really easy to do:

Become a Dementia Friend

Volunteer as a Champion

Dementia Friends Champions are trained volunteers who encourage others to learn a little bit about dementia. Champions run Information Sessions in their community and inspire others to help those living with dementia live well.

Register as a Champion

Get your organisation involved

If you register your organisation with Dementia Friends, you will get access to resources and information aimed at helping members of your organisation understand dementia and how it may affect a person.

Register your organisation

About Dementia Friends

Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Friends programme is the biggest ever initiative to change people’s perceptions of dementia. It aims to transform the way the nation thinks, acts and talks about the condition.

Whether you attend a face-to-face Information Session or watch the online video, Dementia Friends is about learning more about dementia and the small ways you can help. From telling friends about the Dementia Friends programme to visiting someone you know living with dementia, every action counts.

About the initiative

Latest actions

Encourage colleagues to become dementia friends by John Bentley

Helping my employees to become Dementia Friends also to spread the word and raise awareness of people living with dementia by Jenny Hale

Encourage family and friends to become a dementia friend. Run dementia friends information sessions. Join IDAA. by Jodi Rutherford

Upskill the Bowls Tutor workforce to raise awareness of Dementia to coaches and clubs across England by Amanda Scriven-Purcell

MTH Construction Services Ltd wants all staff to be Dementia Friendly, we aim now to book a session with a Champion at our offices for all staff. by AMANDA HAMPTON

Spend time with my neighbour living with dementia so she can stay in her home she has been in over 50 years and bought up her family in as long as possible and not be so lonely. by Kate Gould

Continue my work as The Coordinator for Selsey Dementia Action Alliance. by Sue Hancock

To encourage other people to become a dementia friend and to promote a positive approach around dementia. Also to educate the young people we work with about dementia. by Hayley Johsnon

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