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The Prison population was one of three groups explored by the Dementia Action Alliance. Read the findings below.

Addressing the Challenges of Dementia in Prisons Event Overview - March 2019

Read an overview from the event we co-hosted with Alzheimer's Society or click here for the event papers.

Prisons Briefing Paper

Read an overview of the issues faced by those living with dementia in Prison.

Prison Roundtable Notes

Read the discussions from the Roundtables.

Prison Recommendations

Here are the set of recommendations produced at the Roundtables.