Welcome to The Alzheimer’s Show, the UK’s leading exhibition & conference for dementia help, advice and information.

Whether you are a family carer, healthcare professional or a member of the public who simply wants to learn more, The Alzheimer’s Show features practical workshops, informative talks, Q&A’s with dementia experts, 1-2-1 advice clinics and 100’s of dementia and care specialists all in one place. Once inside the event, all talks and activities are completely free to access.

what's on at the alzheimer's show 2017

Expert Talks in 3 Theatres

Leading experts, including Dr David Reynolds. Chief Scientific Officer, Alzheimer’s Research UK, covering a wide range of topics including research, drugs, behaviour & end of life care.

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Professional Advice Clinics

Free 1-2-1’s with Dementia UK’s Admiral Nurses, The Law Society and Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Advisors. Sessions booked on the day.

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Practical Activities

Interactive features, training & practical workshops with activities designed to help with daily care. Table tennis, art, CST & singing. London.

Personal Experiences

Hear from Keith Oliver, Peter Berry and Joy Watson talking about their lives with dementia. Listen to family carers sharing their stories.

Alzheimer’s Society Ambassadors

Meet Angela Rippon (London) & Hazel Blears (Manchester) hosting the main theatres and chairing the Question Time panel sessions.

100’s of New Ideas & Solutions

Find the latest and best products and services from a wide range of leading dementia and care exhibitors.

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Practical Advice

Professionals discussing practical topics including care funding, legal issues, protecting against scams, Mental Capacity Act and dementia research.

Carers Corner

Run by Dementia Help, an opportunity to meet and share ideas, experiences and insights with fellow carers. Listen to live music during the day. London.

The Virtual Dementia Tour

This innovative training experience, will give professionals, carers and members of the public the opportunity to experience what it is like to have dementia. Manchester.