We understand caring for someone with dementia, whether as a family member or professional isn’t easy. That’s why we want to share with you the very latest knowledge, products and expertise on the subject.
Since 2013 over 18,000 families, carers and healthcare professionals have benefited from the experience of visiting the show. And it really is an experience. Whether it’s hearing speakers talk about the latest developments, interacting and trying out new products or just having a chat with someone who understands and empathises with your situation.
Learn • Share • Experience
- Hear leading professionals and family carers speak on a wide range of topics such as communication and managing behaviour
- Get helpful tips and jargon-free advice from the UK’s top dementia specialists
- Personalised help and advice in our free 1-2-1 clinics with Admiral Nurses and Dementia Advisors
- Experience the Virtual Dementia Tour and interactive products
- Take part in practical activity workshops like music and exercise which can help with everyday tasks
- Have friendly chats with people who understand what you’re going through
- Learn about hundreds of the latest products and services
“A wonderfully informative show, full of practical tips and expert advice. We had a very enlightening and emotive experience and were left feeling informed and inspired.”
New for 2020: Full Virtual Dementia Tour Experience
For the first time at any event in the UK, the Virtual Dementia Tour will be delivering the complete training session. The full session involves a longer 8 minute experience and a 1 ¼ de-brief that will give delegates the tools to change the lives of people with dementia. Spaces are limited and will be on a strictly first come, first served basis. Tickets cost £45 including entry to The Alzheimer’s Show.
Hear what our supporters say about the show.
Hilda Hayo, CEO, Dementia UK
Jeremy Hughes, CEO, Alzheimer’s Society
Barbara Stephens, Dementia Pathfinders
What’s on at The Alzheimer’s Show 2020
Dementia Adventure – Helping people living with dementia get outdoors, connect with nature, themselves and their community, and retain a sense of adventure in their lives. Visit website.