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We’re working to make Greater Manchester the best place to live for everyone affected by dementia.

About Us

Dementia United is Greater Manchester Integrated Care’s programme for dementia.

In Greater Manchester we are working to bring the NHS, public services, and the wider community together to deliver integrated, person-centred care and support that enables people to live a good life. Our Greater Manchester programme is called `Dementia United’ because partners are united in our longstanding vision to improve the quality and experience of care for everyone affected by dementia, and to deliver this vision across the whole of the region.

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Dementia data dashboard | 18.07.24

In collaboration with clinicians across Greater Manchester, our business intelligence colleagues and members of our Dementia Carers Expert Reference Group we’ve developed a dashboard which shows dementia diagnoses across all ten boroughs.


What we do

Our work touches every aspect of living with dementia, in every part of Greater Manchester

We have made dementia a priority through working in partnership with people affected by dementia, across all ten boroughs in Greater Manchester. We work on projects which deliver improvements to the quality and experience of care, support and wellbeing

Find out more about the work we’re doing, and how you can get involved.

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Guides, strategies and research to help manage dementia. For informal carers, NHS workers and people living with dementia themselves.

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Get Involved

We aim to engage lived experience in all aspects of the programme

Engagement can be through existing groups and networks or directly as part of specific pieces of work. ​ Our governance structure includes lived experience contributing the vital perspectives which comes from real lived experience, both from people living with dementia and their carers. ​

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