Our new DIGITAL HUB are a series of FREE webinars – packed with useful advice and practical tips and you’ll also have the opportunity to put your own questions to the carefully selected experts and specialists.
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ALL SESSIONS ARE FREE TO JOIN

RECORDED WEBINARS

If you missed any of the webinars, don’t worry, you can watch the recording anytime. Click on the button to register and access the video. The recordings will be available for 30 days from broadcast.

SURVIVING OR THRIVING? RESILIENCE IN FAMILY CARE

Thursday 10th September 11:00 – 12:00

Sue Jones, Consultant Admiral Nurse

Surviving or thriving? Resilience in family care.
This webinar looks at the concept of resilience, as described by friends and family members who are supporting someone with dementia. It explores how the role of the Admiral Nurse can support resilient caring. Presentation and Q&A.

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TOP TIPS FOR COMMUNICATING WITH PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA

Thursday 3rd September 11:00 – 12:00

Angelo Makri, Knowledge Officer (Wellbeing), Alzheimer’s Society

Top tips for communicating with people with dementia.
A presentation aimed at carers, family members and friends of people with dementia, as well as health and social care professionals. Communication is an increasing issue for carers, people living with dementia and health and social care staff. But do you know how to engage and communicate effectively with people living with dementia? Presentation and Q&A.

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MANAGING BEHAVIOURAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF DEMENTIA

Wednesday 26th August 11:00 – 12:00

Dr Simon Adelman MRCPsych MSc PhD, Consultant Psychiatrist, Halcyon Doctors

Managing behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia.
Behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia occur in up to 90% of people. They cause distress, institutionalisation and early death. The talk will outline the common symptoms, and discuss assessment and management. Presentation and Q&A.

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LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS WHEN DIAGNOSED WITH DEMENTIA

Thursday 20th August 11:00 – 12:00

Andrew Robertson, Managing Director, McClure Solicitors

Legal considerations when diagnosed with Dementia.
McClure Solicitors will talk about advice and support your Solicitor can offer to help clients diagnosed with Dementia, including Wills, Powers of Attorney, Trusts, Deputyship, Council Tax, Funerals, and Probate. Presentation and Q&A.

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OUT AND ABOUT WITH DEMENTIA ADVENTURE

Thursday 13th August 11:00 – 12:00

Debbie Anderson, Project Coordinator – Training, Research, Consultancy, Dementia Adventure

Out and About with Dementia Adventure.
Getting outdoors and engaging with the natural environment is good for all of us. Evidence shows it can also be hugely beneficial for people living with dementia. Things may have changed recently, but the importance of connection to nature and access to green space remains just as important. Dementia Adventure is a multi-award winning charity that has been supporting people to access nature for over 11 years by providing supported dementia holidays and training. Join us on this webinar, where we will share some of the research which may help you to live better with dementia. We also consider the new developments our inspiring charity has made to support individuals and organisations at this time and into the future. Presentation and Q&A.

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PREVENTION OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE – UNDERSTANDING HOW THIS MAY BE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE INTRODUCTION OF NEW MEDICATIONS

Thursday 6th August 11:00 – 12:00

Dr Emer MacSweeney, CEO and Consultant Neuroradiologist at Re:Cognition Health

Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease –  understanding how this may be possible through the introduction of new medications.
Recent results from international clinical trials testing new medications, designed to slow down or ideally stop progression of  Alzheimer’s symptoms,  may be on the market sooner than previously expected. Understand how these medications work and  the opportunities  available, to access, today, tomorrow’s treatments,  designed  to prevent the progression of symptoms of Alzheimer’s. Presentation and Q&A.

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ALZHEIMER’S AND GUM DISEASE: CLINICAL TRIALS IN 2020

Friday 24th July 11:00 – 12:00

Dr Stuart Ratcliffe, Chief Scientific Officer and Megan Young, Patient Engagement Coordinator, St. Pancras Clinical Research

Alzheimer’s and Gum Disease: Clinical Trials in 2020.
This session will explore what it’s like to take part in clinical trials for Alzheimer’s disease, and will focus on an exciting new clinical trial investigating the link between bacteria in the gums and Alzheimer’s disease. Presentation and Q&A.

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Alzheimer’s Show Webinars

Over the next few weeks we shall be running FREE webinars on a range of popular topics with expert speakers from our live shows. There will be an opportunity for Q&A’s with the speaker during each talk. 

Partner Webinars

Our partners and supporters are running their own webinars that we are pleased to support and make available to our visitors. These are listed below and are updated regularly.

Digital Guides

Read online or download our FREE digital guides covering issues such as Managing Behaviour, Choosing a Care Home and Finding Financial Help. They are packed full of practical advice and tips.

Partner Webinars

  • Leading dementia organisations will be running webinars about their products and services as well as offering  practical advice and information.

Dementia Skills Sessions

Dementia Adventure is running regular online Dementia Skills Sessions for family and friends who are supporting somebody with dementia.  Attendees can safely connect with qualified trainers and other dementia carers, learn more about dementia and receive practical tips to help them in their supportive role.  Professionals are also welcome to join the sessions.  Sessions are free but booking is essential.

Free Digital Guides

Guide_Safe At Home2Making a person with dementia safe at home. This guide covers important aspects like reducing the risk of falls and making domestic appliances safe, as well as other general advice sourced from experts.
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Guide_Improving RelationshipImproving your relationship. This guide has been compiled to help you enjoy the best possible relationship with a person living with dementia. It will enable you to communicate more clearly, so you can meet their needs.
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How to find financial help and support as a carer. This guide explains how to seek the practical, financial and emotional help and support you need to be a good carer.
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The benefits of exercise. A healthier carer makes a good carer and is also beneficial for those living with a diagnosis of dementia. This guide explores the significant benefits of being active and how to get started.
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Improving the eating habits of a person with dementia. This guide explains how appetite and eating habits can change in a person with dementia, and what you can do to make sure they follow the healthiest diet possible.
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Choosing the right care home. If you are caring for a person with dementia, you may have come to the reluctant conclusion that it is no longer safe for them to be left alone.
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Coping with challenging behaviour. This exclusive guide contains practical tips on coping with challenging behaviour. We hope you find it useful and you’re able to apply some of the advice here to your own situation.
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20 things every dementia carers should know. This guide contains 20 useful things every carer should know about dementia – which we hope you will find a useful resource when providing care for a loved one.
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