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Dementia Friendly Essentials

All sectors of community can play a valuable role in fostering dementia friendliness

Banks and Financial Services

Banks and Financial Services      are dementia-aware and responsive

Neighbors and    Community Members

Neighbors and community members are understanding and supportive

 

Legal and Advance Planning Services

Legal and Advance Planning Services are dementia-aware and responsive

 

Libraries

Libraries provide access to resources, services, and programs for people living with dementia and their families

 

Community-based Services and Supports

Independent living options maximize quality of life through meaningful engagement and community supports

 

Local Government 

                                            Transportation, housing, and public spaces enable people with dementia to navigate community

 

Faith Communities

Communities of faith are welcoming, engaging, and accommodating to those with cognitive impairment

 

Residential and Specialty Care

Memory loss supports and services that are provided through specialized, dementia friendly residential options

 

Sector Videos

Videos offer dementia friendly guidance and simple steps each sector can take

 

Health Care Throughout the Continuum

Health care throughout the continuum promotes early diagnosis and specialized care

 

Businesses

Businesses foster dementia-supportive customer service and environments and support employee caregivers

 

 Hospitals

                                                   Improve care for people with dementia with dementia friendly environments in acute care settings

 

 

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