BDAA’s “Coming of Age” Celebrations 8th July 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 fun. Yes fun! Ask all those who tried Zumba for the first time, or those […]

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Could Bristol International Airport be the first Dementia Friendly airport in the World? (Unless you know of another one!)

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 forward today in becoming a Dementia Friendly Airport (maybe the first in the world – […]

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BDAA makes links with the BME communities

BDAA’s objective is to make Bristol “THE Dementia City of the UK” When talking of the city we mean all groups, all communities, both genders, all faiths ( and none), all colours, all creeds, all cultures and all sexualities; in fact everybody. A first step occured on the 4th August 2015 when we shared our […]

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