Dementia Care in the Community/Technology in Dementia Care

5th June 2013
University of Worcester

The 14th annual ‘Dementia Care in the Community’ was, without question, another fantastically successful conference.  Incorporating ‘Technology in Dementia Care’, now in it’s 13th year, the one day event was organised by the Journal of Dementia Care in association with the Association of Dementia Studies, and held at the University of Worcester. Designed for workers who care for  people with dementia in community settings, this conference demonstrated practical updates on effective and cost-effective services, innovations and evidence-based practice, including exhibitions of the latest developments in assistive technology for people with dementia.

We are please to announce that you can now download a selection of speakers presentations from the recent conference.

Please click on the names below.

Dr Hazel Boyd and David Emmette

Dr Karen Jutlla

Terri White & Rachel Niblock

Julie Winpenny, Andrea Simmonds and Dee Westwood

The Journal of Dementia Care would like to thank all of those involved in making this conference a resounding success. Also a personal thank you to all the speakers who have made their presentations available for public access.




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