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We’re working to make Greater Manchester the best place to live if you have dementia or are caring for someone who does.

About Us

We’re working towards improving the quality of life for people living with dementia or caring for someone who has dementia, supporting people to live as independently as possible and providing access to services when needed.

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WHAT'S NEW

Bringing Greater Moments to Care Residents | 23.11.20

Social Sense and Gold Key Media are teaming up to bring some much-needed cheer to carers and residents across Greater Manchester in the form of hundreds of complimentary lifestyle magazines.

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Our interactive map search

Find out what dementia services are available where you are.

Using this map, you can find out what care and services are available in your area, and how you can access them.

You’ll also learn more about the organisations we’re working with both in Greater Manchester and across the country.

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Our Work

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

Working with a wide a range of people and organisations across Greater Manchester we’ve developed a broad programme of work.

From making public transport inclusive for all, to ensuring the standard of dementia care is raised to the same level in every neighbourhood and exploring how technology can help us in the future.

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

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Locality Projects

Dementia United was able to award up to £10,000 to each locality in Greater Manchester

This funding was to support an innovative project relating to one or more of the Dementia United key focus areas or golden threads. It was intended that the locality projects would be innovative, have sustainable outcomes and be transferable across Greater Manchester and/or regionally or nationally.

You can find out more about the projects here.

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Resources

Guidance for those affected by dementia – whether you live with dementia or care for someone who does.

We’ve gathered a virtual reference library of guidance and strategies from across the spectrum of dementia care.

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