Promote the “Eastbourne Dementia Inclusive Community Charter” to
at least 5 other Eastbourne organisations
(we can provide the introductory text).
Follow the EDAA Facebook page (@EastbourneDementiaActionAlliance)
and share details of Dementia inclusive services and initiatives.
Schedule either an in-house Dementia Friends information session for colleagues / members (minimum 10 people), join a public session, or request an online session.
See our Awareness and Information page for further information about arranging sessions.
Organise and publicise Dementia awareness fundraising events eg book or cake sales, sponsored walks / runs. Involve as many people as possible.
Display an EDAA poster and / or sticker (available shortly), and Dementia-related information on notice boards and / or in public areas, signposting where people can go for help and support if concerned about a possible diagnosis of Dementia.
Participate in EDAA networking and engagement events to share ideas and information about how we can help improve the lives of people living with Dementia and / or their families, friends, and carers.
Nominate the EDAA to become your Charity of the Year or sponsor EDAA events (sponsorship details available shortly).
Learn from the experts by experience, Sea DEEP. If you are running an activity / event, or if you’re a retailer or public service provider, engage with Sea DEEP – the group can help guide you, for example, in your delivery of services, providing first-hand knowledge and experience on how to make your event, activity or space more inclusive to everyone - but especially to people living with Dementia. Ask the EDAA for an introduction as part of your "sign up".
Other – your own suggestion. Please provide details with your application and the Trustees will consider whether it reflects the Charter’s objectives.