Young Dementia Annual Conference

Achieving improvements in Young Onset Dementia Support
Positive, personal and practical initiatives and solutions

THURSDAY 20 SEPTEMBER 2018
THE STUDIO, BIRMINGHAM

Conference hosted by the Journal of Dementia Care in association with YoungDementia UK

PROGRAMME

CREATIVE SPACE

To celebrate the creativity of people with young onset dementia, there will be a display of their books, photography, art work and other materials. On show will be photographs capturing imaginative expression through dance, singing and music making. Visit this relaxed, quiet space during the conference.

ONLINE BOOKINGS

Prices:

Early Bird Offer: £116 + VAT (for bookings until 27th July 2018)

Standard delegate rate: £136 + VAT

Plus receive a 10% discount when booking online.

We offer reduced rate places for people living with dementia, carers and students. Please contact events@hawkerpublications.com for more information.

ONLINE BOOKINGS

For online bookings (debit/credit cards only) please use the form below, including 10% online discount.

For alternative payment methods, please contact Gabriele Gineviciute at events@hawkerpublications.com

QUESTIONS OR QUERIES?
If you have any questions or queries regarding the programme please contact YoungDementia UK;
network@youngdementiauk.org
 
Alternatively, please contact the Hawker Events team; 
events@hawkerpublications.com or telephone: 020 7720 2109
 
For sponsorship and exhibition opportunities please contact Alan Leary;
alan@hawkerpublications.com or telephone: 020 3746 2621 / 07912 895 484
 
STAY CONNECTED

#YoungDementia2018

 

 

 

Young People Living with Dementia 2017

From modifiable risk factors to delivering the diagnosis

Organised by: Division of Psychiatry, University College London
In association with: The Journal of Dementia Care

WEDNESDAY 29 NOVEMBER 2017
ST GILES HOTEL, CENTRAL LONDON

Delegates and speakers enjoyed an informative and enjoyable conference on the 29th November, hearing from a range of speakers on a range of topics. Please see below for the full programme and for click through access to presentations we have permission to share.

 

Analysing Communication: Delivering Diagnosis in YOD –  Professor Rose McCabe
Alcohol-related cognitive disorders – Professor Roy Kessels
Modifiable Risk Factors for Dementia – Dr Claudia Cooper
Frontotemporal Dementia; Recent Advances- Dr Jonathan Rohrer
Posterior Cortical Atrophy – Kier Yong

 

PROGRAMME

Please click the image below to download the full programme and booking form

 

QUESTIONS OR QUERIES?

If you have any further questions or queries, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team on events@hawkerpublications.com

STAY CONNECTED
#YOD2017

 


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