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Newmarket Dementia Action Alliance (NDAA)

The Newmarket Dementia Action Alliance (NDAA) is a community movement with one simple aim; to bring about a community wide response to dementia in Newmarket and surrounding area. 

It is a group of local organisations, businesses and individuals who are committed to enabling people to live well with dementia by taking action to contribute towards the development of a Dementia Friendly Community.

The NDAA is the shared and equal responsibility of all member organisations and the group encourages and welcomes new members to join and be a part of the alliance.

Objectives

The NDAA will:

  • Work together to support Newmarket and surrounding area to become a more dementia friendly place to live in.
  • Encourage businesses and organisations to adopt membership of the NDAA.
  • Create a group action plan that works towards being recognised as a Dementia Friendly Community
  • Support and develop awareness within Newmarket and surrounding area.
  • Ensure that people living with dementia and their carers are consulted, and have the opportunity to be involved with the NDAA.

Member responsibilities

  • Encourage other local organisations to join the NDAA.
  • Encourage the growth of Dementia Friends across Newmarket and surrounding area.
  • Direct, co-ordinate and where appropriate carry out NDAA Action Plan tasks.
  • Attend Steering Group meetings when available to do so.
  • Update the group about progress within our own organisations.
  • Fulfil membership requirements of the NDAA by providing regular quarterly status and progress updates.

Who to contact

Name
Robin Hardy
Position
Chair of NDAA
Telephone
01638 669361
Email
newmarketdaa@gmail.com
Website
https://www.dementiaaction.org.uk/local_alliances/24971_newmarket_dementia_action_alliance
Social Media
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Address
1 Collings Place
Newmarket
Suffolk
Postcode
CB8 0EX

Where to go

Area served
Newmarket

Other details

Age Groups
Adults
Last Updated
02/11/2018

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