Welcome

Welcome 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 here.

 

What We Do

What We Do

Who are the BDAA and what do we do? Learn more about our work in Bristol

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Get Involved

Want to help? Find out how to get involved with our programs and activities

Help and Advice

Help And Advice

Wanting help and guidance after a diagnosis? We are here to help!

Latest News & Events

BDAA 5th Birthday Celebrations Video

Thanks to everyone that showed up to our 5th birthday celebrations at The Galleries – Bristol, it was a great day and we’re very proud how far we’ve come over the last few years. To see a video that was … Continue reading

Live Recording From Dementia-Friendly Church Event

  Please press here to follow the Google Drive link to access a live recording from our Dementia-Friendly Church event that took place at Westbury-On-Trym Baptist Church on Friday 18th May.

Dementia- Friendly Church Photos & Resource Pack

Here are a selection of photos from the day of the event. Please click here to download the Dementia-Friendly Church Resource Pack.

Celebrate Bristol Walk Fest

    Celebrate Bristol Walk Fest (BWF) 2018 this May, with over 150 walks and events across the city. The month-long festival is the UK’s largest urban celebration of walking and offers everyone the chance to join a local walk … Continue reading

The Purple Angel is the symbol of hope. It has been adopted around the world by people who care about dementia. Click here to find out more.

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