NDAA are delighted to publish this new poster summarising what people with dementia and their carers can expect during a stay in hospital. Below are a selection of resources that can be used by hospital trusts signed up to the Dementia-Friendly Hospital Charter including the poster itself and promotional content.
Please note, the poster and the other content is only to be used by hospital trusts that are signed up to the Dementia-Friendly Hospital Charter with NDAA. If you’re not sure if you’re signed up you can view the list of hospital trusts signed up to the charter.
If you’re not currently signed up but would like to, please contact us at NDAA@alzheimers.org.uk.
Dementia-Friendly Hospital Charter Poster
National Dementia Action Alliance (NDAA) have produced a poster that can be displayed in hospitals that summarises the elements of the charter that people living with dementia and carers can see in clear view when they visit. The poster is available for all hospital trusts that are signed up to the NDAA’s Dementia Friendly Hospital Charter and aims to raise awareness of the standards of care that are expected and ultimately to improve the experience of people living with dementia and their carers when they visit hospital.
Download your copy now.
NDAA Dementia-Friendly Hospital Charter Poster Promotional Content
Our aim with this poster is to ensure that it is distributed as widely as possible and ultimately to ensure that more people living with dementia and their carers know what they can expect when they visit a hospital that is signed up to the Dementia-Friendly Hospital Charter. As a result we’d love it if hospital trusts signed up to the charter are able to promote the poster and the fact that they will be displaying it.
Below you will find a selection of promotional content that can be downloaded. This includes a press release on the poster, a banner that can be used on Twitter and a selection of tweets you can post. It would be great if staff can share photos of them with the poster in their hospital, and share these using the hashtags #DementiaFriendlyHospitals and #WhatToExpectInHospital. You can see an example of a photo to the left featuring NDAA’s Campaigns and Partnerships Manager Sarah Tilsed and Executive Lead Kelly Kaye.