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National Quarterly Meeting

Event Date:
Tuesday 22 September 2015
Location:
London, 10:30am - 4pm

This meeting focused on 'Keeping people with dementia safe'

10:00am – 10:30am Registration and refreshments

10:30am – 10:40am Chair’s opening: Reinhard Guss, British Psychological Society

10:40am – 11:00am Supporting Deaf PWD Alys Young Emma Ferguson Coleman, University of Manchester

11:00am – 11:20am Safeguarding PWD from Scams Louise Baxter, National Trading Standards

11:20am – 11:40am A Road Less Rocky Supporting Carers Louise Marks, Carers Trust

11:40am – 12:40pm Lunch

12:40pm – 13:00pm Designing activities for people with dementia: Neil Mapes, Dementia Adventure

13:00pm – 13:20pm Keeping PWD in Employment Phil Freeman, Dementia Action Alliance

13:20pm – 13:40pm Emotional Safety After Diagnosis Sarah Butchard, Mersey Care NHS Trust

13:40pm – 14:00pm Break

14:00pm – 14:20pm Dementia Words Matter: Philly Hare, Joseph Rowntree Foundation

14:20pm – 15:20pm Table work: How can we safeguard vulnerable people and what the challenges and solutions?

15:20pm – 15:40pm Deprivation of Liberty Sam Cox, Alzheimer’s Society

15:40pm – 15:55pm Secretariat update: Phil Freeman, Dementia Action Alliance

15:55pm – 16:00pm Chair’s closing speech

16:00pm – Close