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Alzheimer’s Show 8-9 June 2018

The Alzheimer’s Show is the UK’s leading event for healthcare professionals, families, carers and those living with Alzheimer’s, dementia or memory loss. Since launching in 2013, thousands of professional and public visitors have come along to find practical advice, help and information as well as the latest and best products and services.

The event is held ay Olympia, London and runs over two days on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th June. Tickets are £15 online, £20 on the door.

The show features a wide range of leading dementia and care exhibitors and a full conference programme across four theatres with a wide range of expert speakers, professionals, family carers and people living with dementia. The programme is different each day. 

For further information visit alzheimersshow.co.uk. 

Show Features 2018 

Alzheimer’s Matters Theatre: The main 150 seat theatre hosts keynote speakers covering a range of topics as well as chaired daily Question Time panel sessions. Speakers confirmed to date include Andrea Sutcliffe Chief Inspector CQC, Hilda Hayo, Chief Admiral Nurse & Jeremy Hughes, CEO Alzheimer’s Society. Peter Berry, diagnosed with dementia at 52, will be sharing his personal story and experiences. Topics covered include the latest in dementia research, adult social care, coping with challenging behavior, dying well with dementia and what good dementia care looks like.

Talks & Topics Theatre: This unique platform is for family carers to give a personal perspective into caring for a loved one with dementia as well as tips and advice. There will also be a range of practical talks covering daily life with dementia from professionals. The talks will address issues such as nutrition, sun downing, acute care, The Mental Capacity Act, living well with dementia legal and finance.

Exhibitor Workshop: Located at the heart of the exhibition floor, this theatre showcases products and services from many of the exhibitors in short, interactive sessions.

Practical Activities Workshop: Free, informative practical sessions designed to help people supporting those with dementia. Activities include singing and reminiscence therapies, living well with dementia in your own home and Cognitive Stimulation Therapy.

 Admiral Nurses Advice Clinics: Free 25 minute 1-2-1 appointments with an Admiral Nurse. Sessions are booked at the show.

Dementia Advisors Advice Clinics: Free appointments with Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Advisors. Booked at the show. 

Leading Dementia & Care Exhibitors: Practical ideas, new solutions as well as informative and advice from dementia and care specialists including care homes, care at home, technology, telecare, research, clinical trials, daily living aids, charity, legal, finance and training.

Talking Points: Seating areas around the exhibition floor where you can take time out and chat to fellow visitors.

For further information visit alzheimersshow.co.uk.


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