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Dementia Alliance International is a non-profit group of people with dementia from the USA, Canada, Australia and other countries that seek to represent, support, and educate others living with the disease, and an organization that will provide a unified voice of strength, advocacy and support in the fight for individual autonomy and improved quality of life.
Our membership is open to anyone with any type of dementia.
We are a very new group and this site is still very much
The Dementia Alliance International is a collaboration of like-minded individuals that provides a unified voice of strength, advocacy, and support in the fight for individual autonomy for people with dementia.
Here we showcase a number of blogs written by people with dementia, and other sites and videos supporting people with dementia and their families. If you know of others, please advise DAI via the contact form.
If we could see inside other’s hearts: Life in 4 mins A profound look at life in 4 minutes… a ‘Must watch’!
What is that? (Τι είναι αυτό;) A MUST watch short movie
Richard Taylor, PhD An amazing man living with dementia, and advocate for people with dementia
Kate Swaffer: Creating Life with Words Living with and writing about younger onset dementia
EarlyOnsetAtypicalAlzheimers Writing about YOD by John Sandblom
I CAN I WILL An ‘Ideas Library’ for PWD, their cares, Professionals, Associations and others.
Dementia Alliance International (DAI) is the first global group, of,by and for people with dementia, advocating for the voice and needs of people with dementia. DAI was established in January 2014 to promote education and awareness about dementia, in order to eradicate stigma and discrimination, and to improve the quality of the lives of people with dementia. The aim is to bring the community composed of those with dementia together as one strong voice to urge the government, private sector, and medical professionals to listen to our concerns and take action to address this urgent global crisis. It is our firm belief that working together, we will identify concrete action for implementation with the international community, and in the process, ensure our human rights are being fully met.
Our Mission is to:
· Self advocate, and support other people with dementia to do the same
· Act as a local and national resource by providing support to people with dementia and their families
· Educate professionals and the community regarding AD and other dementias
· Provide international support and networking opportunities for people with dementia
· Promote fundraising for attendance at conferences
“We can live well with dementia.” Global Dementia Charter