Greater Manchester brain health initiative

24 Jan 2023

Dementia United are inviting applications for one off grants to kick start creative arts and healthy living projects across Greater Manchester.

The non-profit organisation sponsors our mild cognitive impairment course as part of their work investing in brain health promotion, education and research. They are offering one-off grants of between £1000 - £5000 to organisations working with people living with mild cognitive impairment, dementia and/or their carers across Greater Manchester.

Successful applicants will receive their award in April 2023. The submission deadline is 5pm, Friday 10 February 2023, so do get in touch with for an application pack as soon as possible!

Brain health flyer

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More about Dementia United

Dementia United is the NHS Greater Manchester Integrated Care Partnership’s programme for dementia. They work together with people from across the Greater Manchester system, to co-design and deliver projects which deliver improvements to the quality and experience of care, support and wellbeing. One of our key priorities is to promote brain health and help prevent avoidable cases of dementia, helping to maximise wellbeing and time spent living independently.

Promoting prevention, supporting management

Led by proactive clinicians determined to see improvement in the way we prevent, diagnose and manage dementias, Dementia Academy supports healthcare professionals with the latest tools, resources and courses to do just that.