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NDAA co-hosts Addressing the Challenges of Dementia in Prisons event

Friday 12 April 2019

NDAA Prisons Event Image

On 28th March 2019 National Dementia Action Alliance (NDAA) and Alzheimer’s Society ran an event to look at supporting people affected by dementia in, and being released from, prison. The half-day event saw a range of delegates from both the prison and health and social care sector come together to learn about and discuss issues affecting the prison population.

Click here to see the full report on the event

To download the presentations from the day click on the links below:

Addressing the Challenges of Dementia in Prisons Challenges of an Ageing Prison Population Rachel Daly

Addressing the Challenges of Dementia in Prisons From Seldom Heard to Seen and Heard - Sarah Tilsed

Addressing the Challenges of Dementia in Prisons Good Practice in Prisons Rob Rolls

Addressing the Challenges of Dementia in Prisons Losing Track of Time Adam Moll

Addressing the Challenges of Dementia in Prisons Prison Inreach Dementia Support Provision Natasha Sindano