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Welcome to today’s webinar Now that you have joined, you will notice that you are on mute. If you have any questions throughout the webinar, please write them in the Chat section located in the below right panel. There will be opportunity to have your questions answered at the end. We will take you off mute at the end, so that you have the opportunity to speak to the panel. If you would like to chat to other colleagues you can do so by typing in the Chat section. There is a drop down menu that will allow you to select who you would like to send the message to. If the speakers are talking too fast for you, please click on the relevant icon. This webex event will be recorded and put on the DAA website afterwards..
Know your DAA from your DFC? Dementia-friendly communities, Local Dementia Action Alliances and Dementia Friends explained.
Agenda 1.Background / difference between DFC & DAA 2.How the programmes work together 3.Foundation stage and use of the symbol and supporters 4.Next phase of the DFC programmes work together 5.Sustainability of the LDAAs and DFCs 6.DAA-wide impact survey 7.Q&A
I have personal choice and control or influence over decision about me I know that services are designed around me and my needs I have support that helps me live my life I have knowledge and know-how to get what I need I live in an enabling and supportive environment where I feel valued and understood I have a sense of belonging and of being a valued part of my family, community and civic life I know there is research going on which delivers a better life for me now and hope for future National Dementia Declaration
Difference between DFC & DAA Local Dementia Action Alliances are how we get there: Local DAAs Website Annual Event Network Dementia friendly communities are where we want to be: Guidance Standards Permission from head office
How the programmes work together Local Dementia Action Alliances Own web-page on DAA website DAA Annual Event Member Action PlansDAA Sec Network Supporters registered Dementia Friendly Communities Foundation stage recognition process Complete form with 7 Criteria Six monthly update Enhanced recognition process To be determined by British Standards Institute Increased prescriptiveness Dementia Friends
Foundation stage and use of the symbol and supporters Foundation stage recognition process does allow LDAA supporters to use the symbol Working to ensure that the actions supporters commit to are reflected in annual self-assessment LDAAs don’t need to be co-terminus with one DFC There are DFCs that are not registered with the recognition process or have a LDAA but we are working to map this and promote both initiatives in tandem to get alignment
Next phase of the DFC programmes work together BSI project to develop a code of practice for DFCs Task and finish groups that are part of the PM Champion Group on DFCs – e.g. guidance for retail sector, employers etc. Promoting dementia –friendly initiatives e.g. hospitals and environments Jointly commissioned guidance notes and resources Contributing to DAA quarterly and Annual events and webinars
Sustainability of the LDAAs and DFCs Dementia Action Alliance / Alzheimer’s Society to continue following end of the Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia Evaluation of the Local Dementia Action Alliance Programme Engagement with the senior politicians ahead of General Election Continued use of website and invitation to Annual Event Building up DAA Secretariat Network to share good practice Considering options: Local members asked to contribute to local activity Local Authorities / Clinical Commissioning Groups Sponsorship of regional events
DAA-wide impact survey 5 years of the National Dementia Strategy and 4 years of the National Dementia Declaration 96 Local Dementia Action Alliances / 1,500 members Consultation and measuring progress locally
Question time! We will unmute all participants. (To reduce background noise, please place your phone on mute when you are not talking.) Before asking a question please say your name and who you work for. If there are a few people that have a question at the same time, please put your ‘hand up’ using the relevant icon and we will put you in a queue. Alternatively, you can type your questions in the Q&A box
Thank you We hope you enjoyed today’s webinar. The recording and slides will be made available on the DAA website over the next few days www.dementiaaction.org.uk