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Dementia Friendly Communities Defined by Nicole Batsch

Nicole Batsch has over 18 years experience in developing and supporting ageing and dementia care programmes across the US and globally. She is currently obtaining her PhD from King’s College London and is a consultant with Alzheimer’s Disease International.

Nicole presented to Dementia Alliance International (DAI) members and supporters recently at our A Meeting of the Mind Webinar series: “Dementia Friendly Communities Defined – Key Components for a Successful Start”

If you are a in paid employment, DAI asks you make a donation of $US35.00 to view it, the fee charged if you had registered to attend on the day. Please make your donation here… Thank you.

This also allows us to continue to support you by providing these educational webinars, with eminent international speakers.

Whilst it is freely available here, we are a fledgling not for profit group, working to support people with dementia to support themselves, with no permanent funding. Your donations help people with dementia support themselves.

Dementia Alliance International (DAI 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.

Membership of Dementia Alliance International is free, and open to anyone with a medically confirmed diagnosis of any type of dementia. Or you can subscribe to our newsletter or weekly blog.

Visit us at www.infodai.org to subscribe to our blog and newsletters,  or become a member if you are a person with a medically confirmed diagnosis of a dementia at www.joindai.org