Dementia Inclusive

Dementia awareness training for business and services


Help make Greenwich a dementia-inclusive borough

There are over 2,000 people living with dementia in Greenwich. Each person with dementia may have at least one family carer who supports them every day.
A dementia-inclusive borough helps people with dementia and their carers to live independently for as long as possible.
‘Dementia Inclusive Greenwich’ helps businesses adapt their services to be more inclusive. It offers local organisations free training and practical support to make big or small changes that can help people living with Dementia and their carers.

What are the benefits?

  • Attract more customers and increase customer satisfaction
  • Have a business that is an understanding place for people with dementia
  • Receive free Dementia Awareness training for staff
  • Get borough-wide and national dementia inclusive recognition
  • Receive a window sticker to show your service is Dementia Inclusive.

Several local organisations have already become Dementia Inclusive. These include Oxleas NHS, pharmacies, libraries, supermarkets and small independent shops, cafes, places of worship, the National Maritime Museum and Greenwich Picturehouse.

Get involved

For more information about the scheme or to find out how to get involved, please visit the Dementia Information Hub.

You can also contact the Dementia Action Coordinator, Angelika Welzel-Connolly, by calling 020 8921 8533 or emailing 

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