Organisations exhibiting

Discover hundreds of practical ideas and new solutions from a wide range of dementia and care specialists.

Exhibitors include businesses and organisations offering a range of products and services including: care at home, care homes, living aids, reminiscence therapy, funding, training, telecare, assistive technology, charity, research, legal, education and finance.

Stand: G1 Acumag is an Acupressure and Magnetic therapy treatment devices manufacturing concern offering a wide range of products that can be used in your home at your convenience. Visit our site

Stand: A4 Age UK is the country’s largest charity dedicated to helping everyone make the most of later life. We are passionate about affirming that your later years can be fulfilling years. Whether you’re enjoying your later life or going through tough times, we’re here to help you make the best of your life. Visit our site

Stand: F3 Alzheimer’s Research UK is the UK’s leading dementia research charity dedicated to diagnosis, prevention, treatment and cure. Backed by our passionate scientists and supporters, we’re challenging the way people think about dementia, bringing together the people and organisations who can speed up progress, and investing in research to make life-changing breakthroughs possible. Visit our site

Stand: F2 Back Story records for posterity the story and soundtrack of people’s lives. It’s like ‘Desert Island Discs’ for everyday people. Online and ‘in person’ recorded life story interviews edited together with the interviewee’s music choices. Their story, their soundtrack, their legacy, recorded now and for future generations. Visit our site

Stand: E4 The Care Quality Commission is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. We make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, caring, well-led and responsive care, and we encourage care services to improve. We monitor, inspect and regulate services to make sure they meet fundamental standards of quality and safety and we publish what we find to help people choose care. Visit our site

Stand: E5 Dementia Adventure is an evidence-led charity and social enterprise, working nationally and internationally to empower people to live better with dementia, alongside innovative work to inspire positive social sector change. Specialising in supported holidays as an alternative to traditional respite. Visit our site

Stand: A5 With the highest possible ‘Outstanding’ rating in all 5 categories (safe, effective, caring, well-led, responsive) from the CQC and more award wins than any other dedicated live-in homecare provider, The Good Care Group offers one simple thing. Care without compromise. Visit our site

Stand: F8 Goldster is an online lifestyle and wellness club for the over 50s. Goldster provides a large variety of LIVE online classes for mind, body and soul. Members can be more active, learn something new and be inspired from the comfort of their own homes and at their own pace. Membership includes unlimited access to over 300 fitness, wellness and inspiration classes a month. Classes range from exercise workouts, Yoga, Tai Chi, Pilates, Mindfulness, Meditation, Art, History, Music, Spanish and French. Expert presenters and coaches also offer classes to promote emotional wellbeing, calm and confidence. Members also get the opportunity to hear from celebrities in the literary, design, sporting and adventure worlds in the platform’s Book Club and Purpose, Passion and Grit interviews. Join Goldster, the healthy ageing phenomenon for the over 50s today.  Visit our site

Stand: C8 Health Education England (HEE) supports the delivery of excellent healthcare, through ensuring the workforce has the right skills, values and behaviours. In line with the Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia 2020: Implementation Plan, HEE’s dementia education and training project works with organisations across health and social care to ensure NHS staff receive appropriate training and have access to high quality resources. Visit our site

Stand: D1 Hidden Hearing is one of the UK’s major supplier of free hearing tests and high-quality hearing aid technology with a network of hearing centres nationwide. We are proud to be one of Alzheimer’s Research UK official partners and we are pleased to be supporting them at the show this year. Visit our site

Stand:A2 HUG by LAUGH is partnered with Alzheimer’s Society to bring HUG™ to market. HUG is a soft comforter designed to be cuddled. It has weighted limbs and a soft body that contains a simulated beating heart and a music player that can be programmed to play a person’s favourite music. Visit our site

Stand: B11 M2M is a dementia friendly solicitors firm advising and assisting clients in a relaxed environment with lots of laughs and smiles. We draft Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney, Court of Protection applications as well as covering many other matters in an affordable way. Visit our site

Stand: G6 Medpage Limited, manufacture and supply assistive technologies for people with memory issues including; Wander Detection Alarms, People Trackers, Dementia Day Clocks with voice and photo reminder alarms, short memo recorders, Medication Reminders, Bed Occupancy Alarms, Door Opening Alarms. A selection of products will be on sale at discounted prices. Visit our site

Stand: D3 MindforYou opens the world of holidays for people and their families on their dementia journey. We design worry-free, highly personalised holidays. MindforYou provides restaurant quality meals at luxurious accommodation in beautiful parts of the UK. Our bespoke supported holidays, give hope, bring joy, and re-build self-esteem in the face of a life-changing diagnosis. Visit our site

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Stand: B10 My Life TV – is a video on demand streaming service for people living with dementia – it’s like Netflix for people with dementia. My Life TV aims to help improve the mood and mental wellbeing of people living with dementia and improve social interactions. It features a wide selection of programmes curated for the cognitive needs of the audience. Programmes can help improve mood, quality of life and care, and help address agitation, anxiety and apathy. My Life TV has been created by the award-winning dementia charity My Life Films. Visit our site

Stand: C3 Pivotell supply a range of medication and daily living reminders for those with mild confusion to those with dementia and severe cognitive impairment. Pivotell Automatic Pill Dispensers are widely used by Health and Social Care professionals as part of a care package for vulnerable older people and those with learning difficulties who have difficulty remembering to take their medication. Visit our site

Stand: C5 Revitalise is a national charity providing short breaks and holidays (respite care) for disabled people and carers. We also offer inspirational opportunities for volunteers through one of the largest, most diverse volunteer programmes in the UK. Visit our site

Stand: A6  Roaringly Precious is an inclusive clothing company, specifically designing clothing for people living with cognitive and mobility challenges. Founder Sara was inspired by individuals living with dementia. We aim to use research and active listening, partnered with a passion for design and fashion to provide person centred clothing that supports practical needs whilst offering people freedom to express themselves and wear clothing they like. Visit our site.

Stand: H3 The Happiness Programme is an activity service that’s making people happier and improving wellbeing. We combine interactive light technology with guided and structured training and support, enabling care teams to run life changing activities for people living with dementia. Find out more here

Stand: A2 Sibstar a debit card and app designed to help you manage your everyday money safely. Load the Sibstar card with money. Manage how and where that money can be used in the app. This can be changed instantly, so Sibstar adapts to the changing needs of people living with dementia. Visit our site

Stand: H2 St Pancras Clinical Research is a leading independent clinical trials unit in central London. Led by our team of highly experienced doctors and scientists, we specialise in cognition, chronic pain and diabetes. Visit our site

Stand: A7 The Virtual Dementia Tour is medically and scientifically proven to be the closest that we can give a person with a healthy brain an experience of what dementia might be like.  By understanding dementia from the person’s point of view we can change practice, reduce issues and improve their lives. Visit our site

Stand: B1 Admiral Nurses are specialist dementia nurses who give expert practical, clinical and emotional support to families living with dementia to help them cope. They are registered nurses, and have significant experience of working with people with dementia before becoming an Admiral Nurse. Visit our site

Stand: G7 The UK ‘s leading support and research charity for people with dementia, their families and carers. We provide information and support to people with any form of dementia and their carers, through our publications, National Dementia Helpline, website, and over 2,000 local services. The Society campaigns for better quality of life for people with dementia and greater understanding of dementia, as well as funding innovative medical and social research into the cause, cure, care and prevention of dementia. Visit our site

Stand: G8 Dementia Carers Count offers life-changing, practical, professional health and care support for families living with dementia. Services are free and give family carers the opportunity to understand more about dementia, connect with others in a similar situation and look after themselves while navigating the highs and lows of supporting someone with dementia. Visit our site

Stand: B1 Dementia UK supports Admiral Nurses, highly skilled dementia nurses who help families understand dementia and live positively with the condition. They provide specialist emotional support and practical advice to families when they most need it. Visit our site

Stand: E3 Helping Hands has been providing quality award winning home care since 1989. Still family run, we apply 25 years of experience to offer one-to-one home care that enables you or your loved one to remain at home with compassion and dignity, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Visit our site

Stand: F6 Join Dementia Research is a national service that makes it easy for anyone to take part in vital dementia research. People with dementia or memory problems, their carers and anyone who is interested can sign up. Visit our site

Stand: C1 Meaninful Activities for Older Adults is Rompa’s sister company. We provide meaningful sensory solutions and Snoezelen® Multi-Sensory Enivronments  which enable people to enjoy a variety of sensory experiences where gentle stimulation of the senses (sight, sound, touch, taste, smell and movement) can be provided in a controlled way. Visit our site

Stand: B4 OMi are pioneers in the development of interactive projections for multi-sensory use in the Care Sector since 2005. We design and supply mobile and fixed systems for floors and tables with engaging motion-activated content for all abilities to enjoy. Visit our site

Stand: A3 Pentland Medical introduce Otiom! the world’s first IoT based device that prevents people with dementia from becoming lost. Otiom offers game changing advances, providing peace of mind and added freedom for people with dementia. Visit our site

Stand: C8 Psychology Egg is a brand new innovation launching for the first time at the Alzheimer’s Show!  Clinical Psychologist & Founder, Dr Anna Asgharian states:  “Using a hope-based model of thinking; we provide online groups, workshops & idea forums for family carers whose lives have been affected by dementia”.

Stand: A5 QCS are a leading provider of compliance, guidance, and best practice software. QCS’ Dementia Centre is a resource hub of evidence-based tools and content offering guidance on how to deliver great dementia care and for evidencing excellence through visible staff actions and impact on service user wellbeing. To learn more please visit the QCS website.

Stand: D2 Re:Cognition Health is a leading independent provider of cognitive health services in the UK. We are committed to early, accurate diagnosis and management of cognitive impairment, including access to international final phase clinical trials for medications designed to slow progression of Alzheimer’s disease. For details of our presentations, see event programme. Visit our site

Stand: B2 We know it is possible to live well with dementia. Whether you are looking for companionship, a little help around the home or have more specialist care, we are here to help maintain your independence. Our caregivers are fully trained and experienced in supporting clients with different types of dementia. Visit our site

Stand: H4 We’re the largest charity in the UK supporting people with hearing loss, deafness and tinnitus, helping them to overcome barriers and live the life they choose. We do this through providing community services, campaigning for change, funding research, and working with employers and organisations. Visit our site

Stand: G5 Gas network companies SGN and Cadent offer a free locking cooker valve to prevent people with Alzheimer’s from unintentionally turning on their cookers when a carer isn’t around. Visit SGN’s site or visit Cadent’s site.

Stand: C2 SweetTree Home Care Services provide the highest quality care and support to people in their home and in the community. Their award winning, innovative dementia care team includes an in-house Admiral Nursing Service to ensure both clients and their families can continue to lead active and fulfilling lives. Visit our site

Stand: F4 Tovertafel is an award-winning serious games system for dementia and intellectual disability care. Tovertafel means ‘Magic Table’ and magic is exactly what our technology delivers to those with cognitive challenges and their care providers. Our serious games unlock memorable moments and are scientifically proven to enhance quality of life. Visit our site

Stand: C6 Care caterers often contact Vegetarian for Life, concerned that a vegetarian or vegan resident with dementia has lost this part of their identity, and is now ‘asking for meat’, or picking it from others’ plates. Visit us for guidance on navigating this difficult terrain, and our Memory Care Pledge. Visit our site

Stand: B8 Wiltshire Farm Foods are the UK’s leading ready meal delivery service who pride themselves on good nutrition and great service. They’ll be bringing along some brand new meals that have been developed for those with Alzheimer’s. Visit our site