Intercultural Support

This database contains information of potential interest to people with dementia and their supporters (e.g. family, friends and informal carers) from minority ethnic groups, as well as to professional carers, policy makers and all involved in designing, developing and providing intercultural care and support for people with dementia.

The identification and sharing of tried and tested initiatives and materials should hopefully provide ideas and a solid basis for the development or improvement of such services and support in Europe, adapting them where necessary, and at the same time help avoid the duplication of efforts. This database is an ongoing repository of information and we would be pleased to hear from you about other initiatives and relevant materials in Europe. 


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Alzheimer Sverige cost-free dementia helpline

On the website anyone interested (professional or private) is encouraged to call the cost-free telephone number: where it is possible to speak in Farsi, Serbian, Croatian, Swedish, English and Danish. The information about the helpline is in Swedish but there...

Alzheimer's Society Resources

Translated information, examples of good practice and outreach projects. Including links to an interactive tour of the brain (in Arabic and Chinese). Link to Dementia Australian website which contains general information about the Rowland Universal Dementia Assessment Scale (RUDAS): “a short cognitive screening instrument designed to minimise the...
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Culture Dementia UK

Culture Dementia UK was founded in February 1998. Culture Dementia UK was previously known as Friends of African/Caribbean Carers and Sufferers of Dementia (FACCSD). We became a National charity in the same year. We were set up to support carers and people living with of dementia among the African/Caribbean community. We identified the need for...
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Alzheimer Europe's database on intercultural initiatives was developed as part of the 2018 Work Plan which received funding under an operating grant from the European Union’s Health Programme (2014–2020).
Alzheimer Europe also gratefully acknowledges the funding provided by Robert Bosch Stiftung.