Coventry & Warwickshire's Living Well with Dementia Strategy Engagement Survey

Closed 31 Oct 2021

Opened 21 Sep 2021


The vision for Coventry and Warwickshire’s Living Well with Dementia Strategy 2022 - 2027 is that ‘everyone affected by dementia is enabled to live well’

Coventry and Warwickshire’s Living Well with Dementia Strategy 2022-2027 details the priorities that will help ensure that people with dementia, as well as their carers, receive the appropriate support, information, and advice along their journey with dementia. You can find the draft strategy at the bottom of this page in the 'Related Documents' section. The strategy will be supported by a delivery plan which will set out exactly what we will do over the next five years, to ensure that ‘everyone affected by dementia is enabled to live well’.  

We have developed the strategy based on a range of reviews, evidence and feedback, including the following:  

  • Review of progress of previous dementia strategies in Coventry and Warwickshire 
  • National guidance (including the Prime Ministers Challenge on Dementia, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, All Party Parliamentary Group on Dementia) 
  • Local evidence (Joint Strategic Needs Assessment, Alzheimer’s Society local dementia profiles, and other local strategies, e.g. Health and Wellbeing Strategy) 
  • Feedback from recent dementia specific and / or carer focussed engagement 
  • Recent feedback on dementia and carer services and support 
  • Review of dementia pathway 
  • Learning through COVID-19  

The strategy priorities are based on the Well Pathway for Dementia: 

NHS England Transformation Framework - The Well Pathway for Dementia. Preventing Well - risk of people developing dementia is minimised. Diagnosing Well - timely accurate diagnosis, care plan, and review within first year. Supporting Well - access to safe high quality health and social care for people with dementia and carers. Living Well - people with dementia can live normally in safe and accepting communities. Dying Well - people living with dementia die with dignity in the place of their choosing.

  • Priority One: Preventing Well (Reducing risk of developing dementia)
  • Priority Two: Diagnosing Well (Diagnosis of dementia and support straight after a diagnosis)
  • Priority Three: Supporting Well (Ongoing support for people with dementia and carers)
  • Priority Four: Living Well (Living well with dementia in dementia friendly communities)
  • Priority Five: Dying Well (Allowing people to die with dignity and respect)
  • Priority Six: Training Well (Training and awareness opportunities for carers and those working with people with dementia)

Our next step to shape the draft strategy further is to find out more about what you think of our proposals. Please read the information below and click on the survey link at the bottom of this page.

Why we are engaging

This engagement programme is a chance for people to have a say about the draft strategy, its visions and priorities and our proposed ways of working. By completing the survey, you can let us know if we are focussing on the right aspects.

How to take part

You can share your views in a number of ways:

  1. Complete the engagement survey below.
  2. If you would like to complete an easy read version of this survey please click on this link: Draft Dementia Strategy Easy Read Survey.
  3. You can feed back to us directly by emailing us at You can also request an alternative format or language in this way. 
  4. A range of opportunities to support people with dementia and their carers to shape the Dementia Strategy is being offered. This will include:
    • People with dementia and/or their carers can request 1-to-1 sessions. These are available virtually, by telephone or face-to-face.
    • A series of listening events (lasting approximately one and a half hours) will be offered virtually.
    • Visits to Dementia cafes / Patient Participation Groups or other small groups to talk to people attending on a 1-to-1 basis or in small groups.  

If you have dementia, are a carer of a person with dementia, or lead a dementia group and would like to find out more, or request support to get involved and share your views, please contact:

Making Space - if you live in Warwickshire

Tel: 01926 679207 Email:          

Coventry City Council - if you live in Coventry



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