DFM Monthly Meeting – July 2022
Understanding the Physical Infrastructure of a Dementia Friendly Community. Presenter, Ruth Neeman, AIA certified and Principal, Director of Senior Environments Studio at LWDA
DFM Monthly Meeting – June 2022 Ellen DiPaola, Honoring Choices Massachusetts (HCM), presents how to help older adults living with Dementia and Caregivers take control of their health care choices.
Dementia Friendly MA Monthly Meeting – April 2022
Integrating Age-Friendly and Dementia Friendly movements
Dementia Friendly MA Monthly Meeting – March 2022
Monthly Technical Assistance on DFM
Dementia Friendly MA Monthly Meeting – February 2022
How to Engage People Living with Dementia (PLWD) in Your DF Work: Alzheimer’s Association and an Early Stage PLWD share their experiences and expertise
Dementia Friendly Driver Training
Virtual Memory Cafe from Beth Soltzberg
Dementia Friendly Transportation Training – Driver Video
MCOA, MassMobility, and the Alzheimer’s Association have partnered together to offer a valuable presentation for drivers, giving them tools to recognize and work with people living with dementia. A great resource for volunteer drivers who provide one-on-one transportation to older adults, Councils on Aging that run van services using paid drivers as well as match community volunteers with older adults, and transit drivers who drive buses and paratransit.
Kids Interview People With Dementia – Alzheimer’s Society, Dementia Action Week 2019
Five Key Messages Video (web link – requires WiFi), (downloadable mp4)
People living with dementia share what the 5 Key Messages mean to them. Use before Broken Sentences.
Produced by Dementia Friends Minnesota (5:49 minutes)
Dementia Friends “Trailer” Video (web link – requires WiFi), (downloadable mp4)
Shows scenes in a neighborhood, library, supermarket, bank, restaurant, on a bus, with a police officer and a youth. Produced by Dementia Friends USA (1:56 minutes)
Sudbury Senior Scene Dementia Friendly Kick-off
Dementia Friendly Billerica with Patty Sullivan
Millennials Show Us What “Old” Looks Like