PARTNERS AND SPONSORS

Logos 1-01SweetTree Home Care Services – Sponsor London

SweetTree Home Care Services is a long-standing supporter of The Alzheimer’s Show and are delighted to continue as sponsor in 2018.

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.

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Re:Cognition Health – Exhibitor Workshop sponsor London

Dr. Emer MacSweeney, CEO & Consultant Neuroradiologist, said:
“Re:Cognition Health is delighted to support this growing and vibrant event. The Alzheimer’s Show is remarkable in its bringing together everyone involved in Alzheimer’s and dementia, their families, friends, carers and professional experts.”

“With the focus on information, education, opportunity and hope, Re:Cognition Health are sponsoring The Exhibitor Workshop where we will discuss the importance of understanding Alzheimer’s Disease, early diagnosis and the opportunity in 2016 to access final phase international clinical trials for new medications, designed to slow down the progression of AD and memory loss.”

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Alzheimer’s Society – Associate partner

We are very proud to have The Alzheimer’s Society supporting the show. The society will be exhibiting and providing practical solutions as well as talking about Dementia Friendly Communities and the Dementia Friends initiative. They will be helping us to promote the show to our key audience of carers.

Jeremy Hughes, Chief Executive of Alzheimer’s Society, said:

“Alzheimer’s Society is delighted to be partnering with The Alzheimer’s Show for the fifth year. It’s a great opportunity to unite experts, professionals and people affected by the condition under one roof to share knowledge and provide support. We’d encourage anyone affected by dementia to join the Show to listen to talks, visit Alzheimer’s Society stand, have one to one sessions with our dementia advisors, experience taster sessions of the Society’s training, and learn from leading experts.”

Logos 1-03Alzheimer’s Research UK – Research Charity partner

The UK’s leading dementia research charity and one of the three top dementia research charities in the world Alzheimer’s Research UK specialises in finding preventions, causes, treatments and a cure for dementia.

“Alzheimer’s Research UK is proud to have been an exhibitor at the Alzheimer’s Show since it began in 2013. Over the past three years we have supplied thousands of visitors with our free health information leaflets and answered questions on all aspects of dementia.

The Alzheimer’s Show provides visitors with an opportunity to gather information, get their questions answered by experts in the dementia field and hear inspirational talks from people living with the condition and those touched by it.”

Dementia UK – Supporter

Dementia UK provide Admiral Nurses, specialist dementia nurses who give practical and emotional support to families affected by dementia.

We are delighted that Dementia UK will once again be running the Admiral Nurse 1-2-1 Clinics at the show, giving visitors the opportunity to have a 25 minute confidential session with an Admiral Nurse.

Unforgettable – Supporter

The world’s best marketplace of products and services for dementia and memory loss, Unforgettable are delighted to be supporting the Alzheimer’s Show again in 2018.

James Ashwell, founder of Unforgettable said: “We are delighted to be exhibiting at the Alzheimer’s Show again in 2018, and continuing our support of an event which offers support and knowledge to those effected by dementia and memory loss. We look forward to showcasing the best of our life-changing products which help those living with dementia on a daily basis”