WelcomeWelcome to Bristol Dementia Action Alliance (BDAA). We were formed on the 9th July 2013 as a result of a public meeting asking the question “Is Bristol a Dementia Friendly City?” Our conclusions were that, although there was a lot of support and help for people living with Dementia and their carers, more could be done. Click below on “What we do” to see what we are doing to increase Dementia awareness. We have adopted the Purple Angel Campaign as our main delivery tool. This was started in Torquay by Norman McNamara, a man who has Dementia with Lewy Bodies. Following an incident in a local supermarket where he was treated very badly he and a few of his friends began the campaign and more information on this can be found on www.tdaa.co.uk
Help and AdviceOn diagnosis , people with Dementia and their carers are left wondering what to do next. We can provide help for you!
Latest News & Events
July 11, 2016
To celebrate our being registered as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO), BDAA held a “Coming of Age” Celebration on 8th July 2016. This was held at Westbury Baptist Church and included speakers (who are living with Dementia), stalls, food and … Continue reading ...
April 8, 2016
BDAA’s programme of activities for Dementia Awareness Week is being planned. Watch this Space!...
Could Bristol International Airport be the first Dementia Friendly airport in the World? (Unless you know of another one!)
April 8, 2016
Unless you’re a seasoned flyer, lots of people find navigating your way through the airport process quite a stressful experience. Imagine what it’s like if you’re a carer with someone who has Dementia. Well, Bristol Airport made an important step … Continue reading ...