Much of the public information about dementia focuses on a narrative of ‘gloom and doom’. This orientation instills fear and hopelessness. Individuals diagnosed with dementia and their families need helpful information about how to live with and manage the symptoms on a day-to-day basis.

DAA Produced Videos

Living Beyond Dementia

This compelling video – produced, directed, filmed and edited all by individuals living with dementia – shares personal stories about how traumatic those words can be and that helpful information and encouragement are needed instead.

Person-Centered Matters

This video beautifully portrays the lives of 5 people living with dementia and shows how person-centered care helps them live meaningful lives. Person-centered care helps make life better for someone living with dementia and for those who care about them.

DAA Board Members Share Our Position on Aduhelm

This video features DAA’s Board Chair, Jan Bays, and Board Member, Laurie Scherrer, sharing their experience with the Aduhelm drug and its controversial approval process. Click here for more information.

Successful Telehealth Visits for People Living with Dementia

In this video, Dementia Action Alliance’s On the Mark consultants tell us what they like about telehealth visits and what helps them have the best telehealth visit possible. This video produced in partnership with AgingME.

Why Knowing a Dementia Diagnosis is Important

Hear directly from people living with dementia and their care partners on how they feel about receiving the diagnosis of dementia. This video produced in partnership with AgingME.

Hear our Personal Stories

These are personal stories from individuals and their care partners sharing their
experiences living with Dementia.

Cynthia’s Story

Filmed by Brighthouse Financial

Brian’s Story

Filmed by Brighthouse Financial

Living Well With Dementia

Filmed by PIDC Alliance

Paulans’s Story

Filmed by Dementia Action Alliance

Mike’s Story

Filmed by Dementia Action Alliance

Living with Alzheimer's

Filmed by AlzheimerMB

Recommended Documentaries

“Alzheimer’s: What You Can Do” -

“Revolutionizing Dementia Care”