The UK’s leading event for dementia information & resources.

2019 TOPICS INCLUDE: Living with dementia – a personal view by Peter Berry | Managing behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia | Top tips for communicating with people with dementia | How to get a diagnosis | Future arrangements | Lack of post diagnostic support | Locally coordinated care | From Dementia to Rementia: Reducing the symptoms of dementia with cognitive rehabilitation therapy | Prevention and reducing the risk of dementia | Research update | Medicines prescribed for dementia | Mental Capacity Act – A Surgery | Celebrating Ourselves: Beating Stress | iCST – Individual Cognitive Stimulation Therapy – a workshop | Innovations in dementia | Choosing the right care home |
2019 SPEAKERS CONFIRMED TO DATE: Alison Murray, Head of Inspection and Dementia Lead, Care Quality Commission | Jeremy Hughes, Chief Executive, Alzheimer’s Society | Jackie Pool, Director of Memory Care, Sunrise Senior Living | Dr James Warner, Medical Director, Halcyon Doctors | Peter Berry, diagnosed with Alzheimer’s aged 52 | Paul Edwards, Director of Clinical Services, Dementia UK | Dr Emer MacSweeney, CEO Re:Cognition Health & Consultant Neuroradiologist | Barbara Stephens, Caregiver-in-Chief, Unforgettable | Barry Sweetbaum, Managing Director, SweetTree Home Care Services |

The Alzheimer’s Show
Friday 7th and Saturday 8th June 2019 at Olympia London

  • Leading professionals and family carers speaking on a wide range of topics
  • Helpful tips and jargon-free advice from the UK’s top dementia specialists
  • Free 1-2-1 clinics with Admiral Nurses and Dementia Advisors
  • Interactive Dementia Experiences: A Walk Through Dementia and The Virtual Dementia Tour
  • Practical activity workshops to help with everyday tasks
  • Friendly chats with people who understand what you’re going through
  • Hundreds of the latest products and services
ADULT£15.00 online£20.00 on the door
CONCESSION*£10.00 online£15.00 on the door
GROUP BOOKINGS - (10 or more) £13.50 onlineN/A
CHILD (Children under 16 enter free of charge when accompanied by an adult)

NEW FOR 2019 – The Virtual Dementia Tour

For the first time in London, this innovative training experience, run by Training2Care, will give you an understanding of what a person living with dementia experiences daily.

The Virtual Dementia Tour takes away people’s primary senses, to let them experience the fear and frustration those with dementia go through on a daily basis. By the end of the tour you will be able to recognise the issues people with dementia face and enable you to think about what will best suit their needs.

Sessions are on a first come first served basis and can be booked at the Virtual Dementia Tour Stand A11.

Hear what our supporters say about the show.

Hilda Hayo, CEO, Dementia UK

Jeremy Hughes, CEO, Alzheimer’s Society

Barbara Stephens, Dementia Pathfinders

Take a look at the 2018 show video and see what our visitors thought of the event.

Download and print a poster for your meeting places

Download and print an A5 leaflet about the show

Tickets are on sale now. Book online to save 25% off the on door price.

Interested in exhibiting at The Alzheimer’s Show 2019?

Hear what our exhibitors and visitors had to say about The Alzheimer’s Show 2018. With thousands of both public and professional visitors attending, it was the biggest and busiest event to date.

Two of our exhibitors Age UK and CQC have written about their experience of the 2018 event. Click on the logo to read.

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For more information call 01892 723 195 or email

Headline sponsor – SweetTree Home Care Services

SweetTree-CQC-01SweetTree Home Care Services is a long-standing supporter of The Alzheimer’s Show and are delighted to continue as sponsor in 2019. SweetTree provide care and support for individuals with a wide range of needs, including specialist care for individuals with dementia. Through high quality, innovative care, they support their clients to lead an active and fulfilling life. As a specialist dementia care provider they understand the difficulties people face, however they also know how to overcome some of these struggles, so people can live life to the full for as long as possible. Visit the SweetTree Home Care website