Younger People Living With Dementia: Bringing Care Together

This event was held on 28 June 2013 at the Wilkins Building, University College London

organised by:
Mental Health Sciences Unit, University College London
In association with:
The Journal of Dementia Care

This event addressed the key diagnostic and management issues for all those working with younger people living with dementia, including how we can work together for better care.

You can now download a selection of speakers presentations from the recent conference. Unfortunately, due to copyright restrictions, we have only been given permission to display and share the following presentations.

 

Please click on the names below.

Jacqueline Hussey

Professor Raymond Koopmans

Martin Rossor

Jill Walton

PLEASE CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAMME FROM THIS PAST EVENT

 


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