Prime Minister David Cameron has met with the Dementia Friendly Communities Champion Group in London. The group is one of three champion groups set up as part of the Dementia Challenge to explore how to deliver its key aims of creating dementia friendly communities, improving dementia research and improving health and care.
The meeting was co-chaired by Alzheimer’s Society ambassador Angela Rippon and Jeremy Hughes, Alzheimer’s Society Chief Executive. Members of the group include industry leaders, representatives from towns and cities, and people with dementia and their carers.
The dementia friendly communities champion group would like people to give their views on how to create dementia friendly communities. Have your say.