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Faith, culture and dementia conference

Event Date:
Wednesday 11 April 2018
Friends House, London

In April this year Alzheimer’s Society’s are hosting their first ever conference on faith, culture and dementia.

The event will hear from people affected by dementia who are of faith, about both the challenges they have faced when interacting with their faith or cultural group since their diagnosis and the way in which their community has supported them. They will be celebrating work that is currently ongoing and exploring ways they can continue to support people on their faith and dementia journey in our communities.

The event provides the opportunity for change makers from across faith and cultural groups to unite together against dementia, to share ideas and to call on their faith leaders to show their support. There will be chance to participate in workshops and activities and share experiences with others.

If you know of anyone who would benefit from attending or if you are interested in attending yourself, secure a place via this link.