Why you can’t ignore dementia and tourism

National Coastal Tourism Academy (NCTA)people walking on beach at Bournmouth

Publication date: 2016
Ranking: useful

Dementia: Why is it important for tourism?

In their words:

“This brief guide, is designed to give businesses in the visitor economy advice, information and resources on becoming dementia friendly. The NCTA has produced it in collaboration with Bournemouth University’s Faculty of Management and the University of Exeter Business School.”

(It) offers a series of insights and bite-sized chunks of information aimed at highlighting the importance of dementia for tourism-related businesses. The guide contains web links to the growing body of research as well as free factsheets and downloadable resources to increase the tourism industry’s awareness and move towards becoming more dementia friendly.”

Download a copy from the NCTA website

More information is available here.

To obtain a copy in alternative format or language
Please write:
National Coastal Tourism Academy, EB604 Executive Business Centre, 89 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth

Telephone: 01202 962566
Email: hello@coastaltourismacademy.co.uk

Link to Dementia Friends campaign

Use this link to find out more about becoming a
Dementia Friend at the Alzheimer’s Society


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