Action Plan

Unforgettable is the leading market provider of life-changing products for people living with dementia and family and professional caregivers

Commitment 1 - Relating to:

Unforgettable will offer a supportive on-line and in-person community for family carers and people living with dementia to share experiences and tips for living well and coping with challenges.

 

How will your organisation achieve Commitment 1?

 

Unforgettable provides an on-line support group on facebook currently. This will be migrated to an independent platform in due course. Unforgettable will also offer face-to-face support meetings with peers, with input from specialists and our Caregiver-in-Chief, to enable experiences to be shared.

  • 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.

Commitment 2 - Relating to:

Unforgettable is committed to designing and developing new products that help people with dementia live well.

 

How will your organisation achieve Commitment 2?

 

Unforgettable will take note of, and act on, the insights of people living with dementia and family carers and will involve people with dementia and family carers co-design and co-creation of new products and services.

  • 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.

Commitment 3 - Relating to:

Unforgettable will support people living with dementia and family carers through the company's charity, the Unforgettable Foundation.

 

How will your organisation achieve Commitment 3?

 

As a recognised B Corp, Unforgettable will contribute 10% of the company's profit to the Unforgettable Foundation, enabling the charity's Trustees to grant fund specific projects to improve the lives of people with dementia and family carers.

  • 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.