The dementia challenge was launched in March 2012 by Prime Minister David Cameron to tackle one of the most important issues we face as the population ages.
The dementia challenge is an ambitious programme of work designed to make a real difference to the lives of people with dementia and their families and carers, building on progress made through the National Dementia Strategy.
There are 3 dementia challenge champion groups, each focusing on 1 of the main areas for action: driving improvements in health and care, creating dementia friendly communities and improving dementia research.
On 7 May 2014, the champion groups published a report on the progress made since the launch of the dementia challenge and their ongoing work. They also published a letter to the Prime Minister setting out the progress they are making on his dementia challenge.
Find out more about dementia.
Read the Prime Minister’s challenge on dementia document.