Join the National Dementia Action Alliance

If you’d like to join the National Dementia Action Alliance you can see details of the benefits of being a member below and follow the page down to fill in the registration form. Please note members need to be organisations with a national remit within dementia care and support. There is a fee to be a member and details of that can be found in the member benefits document that is available to download.

Member Benefits

We are the only national alliance for dementia care and research. We are experts in the field. Our members come from all areas of the sector and are committed to improving outcomes for people living with dementia and carers.

Together we:

Present a collective voice for the alliance to government, partners and other stakeholders, raising awareness and celebrating new projects in dementia care

Enable all in the sector, as part of the alliance, to enjoy a culture of shared ideas and best practice in a creative environment through events, surveys and forums

Encourage member networking to drive up standards though discussion and interaction with people with dementia and carers to provide a platform for their experiences while informing member plans and decisions

Lead and support action to improve lives of people living with dementia and carers in the long-term through our campaigns and individual member commitments

Showcase and celebrate the progress and achievements of our members through all NDAA communications

For full details of the benefits of being a member of the NDAA you can download our Member Benefits document. Click below:

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Please note fields marked with an asterisk are required, all other fields are optional. We need this information for the purposes of the administration of your membership. The email address you provide will be used to send information about your membership, monthly newsletters and information about the latest NDAA campaigns. By completing the form you indicate that you understand and agree for the Alzheimer’s Society, hosts of the NDAA, to use your information for the above purposes. We will keep your details as long as you are a member.

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Your commitments for the year ahead

In joining the Dementia Action Alliance and submitting your Action Plan for your future work we ask members to align this with our Dementia Statements.

We ask you to commit to at least three commitments for the coming year and each of these should be aligned with one of the dementia statements, these actions make up your overall action plan.

The Dementia Statements were developed with people living with dementia and their carers and are grounded in human rights law and reflect the things people with dementia and carers say are essential to their quality of life.

We have the right to be recognised as who we are, to make choices about our lives including taking risks, and to contribute to society. Our diagnosis should not define us, nor should we be ashamed of it.

We have the right to continue with day to day and family life, without discrimination or unfair cost, to be accepted and included in our communities and not live in isolation or loneliness.

We have the right to an early and accurate diagnosis, and to receive evidence based, appropriate, compassionate and properly funded care and treatment, from trained people who understand us and how dementia affects us. This must meet our needs, wherever we live.

We have the right to be respected, and recognised as partners in care, provided with education, support, services, and training which enables us to plan and make decisions about the future.

We have the right to know about and decide if we want to be involved in research that looks at cause, cure and care for dementia and be supported to take part.


We have the right to be recognised as who we are, to make choices about our lives including taking risks, and to contribute to society. Our diagnosis should not define us, nor should we be ashamed of it.

We have the right to continue with day to day and family life, without discrimination or unfair cost, to be accepted and included in our communities and not live in isolation or loneliness.

We have the right to an early and accurate diagnosis, and to receive evidence based, appropriate, compassionate and properly funded care and treatment, from trained people who understand us and how dementia affects us. This must meet our needs, wherever we live.

We have the right to be respected, and recognised as partners in care, provided with education, support, services, and training which enables us to plan and make decisions about the future.

We have the right to know about and decide if we want to be involved in research that looks at cause, cure and care for dementia and be supported to take part.


We have the right to be recognised as who we are, to make choices about our lives including taking risks, and to contribute to society. Our diagnosis should not define us, nor should we be ashamed of it.

We have the right to continue with day to day and family life, without discrimination or unfair cost, to be accepted and included in our communities and not live in isolation or loneliness.

We have the right to an early and accurate diagnosis, and to receive evidence based, appropriate, compassionate and properly funded care and treatment, from trained people who understand us and how dementia affects us. This must meet our needs, wherever we live.

We have the right to be respected, and recognised as partners in care, provided with education, support, services, and training which enables us to plan and make decisions about the future.

We have the right to know about and decide if we want to be involved in research that looks at cause, cure and care for dementia and be supported to take part.


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