DAA is where people come together to connect, form friendships, exchange ideas, learn, and create a better community in which to live with dementia or mild cognitive impairment (MCI).

Enhancing Lives

Most doctors believe there are no treatments for dementia or MCI. There actually are many things you can do.

Connecting People

Relationships are vital to human well-being. Connecting with others can boost your health.

Increasing Understanding

Imagine living with a condition that is highly stigmatized and mostly misunderstood even by doctors.

Dementia Does Not Define A Person

Dementia is a wideiy misunderstood condition, even by physicians. Society’s stigmatized perception about living with dementia has profound negative effects on them. Rather than being understood as people with many aspects to their lives who have some changing abilities needing accommodations, they become reduced to their diagnosis. DAA provides help, hope and education about living with dementia or MCI.

Imagine living with a condition that is highly stigmatized and mostly misunderstood even by doctors.

See Me Not My Dementia

Pathways to Well-Being with Dementia

Filmed by Dementia Action Alliance

Living Beyond Dementia

Filmed by Dementia Action Alliance

Why Knowing a Dementia Diagnosis is Important

Filmed by AgingME GWEP

Living Well With Dementia

Filmed by PiDC Alliance

Paulan’s Story

Filmed by Dementia Action Alliance

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Calling All Voices: Stories from Black Community Members

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Calling All Voices: Stories from LGBTQ+ Community Members

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Hear Our Voices

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Living with Dementia

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Words Matter

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Dementia Care

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Dementia Priorities Identified from a National Survey

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