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DAA Quarterly Meeting - 6th May 2014

Event Date:
Tuesday 06 May 2014
Location:
Royal College of Nursing

Agenda and presentations:

 

9:45am Registration and refreshments

10:15am Welcome from Chair Heather Gilling: Chair, S.Lincs DAA & Local representative, DAA Board

10:20am Introduction from the host – Dr Peter Carter: Chief Executive and General Secretary, Royal College of Nursing

10:30am Developing the nursing contribution to dementia care – Rachel Thompson: Dementia Project Lead, Royal college of Nursing

10:45pm DAA Secretariat Update – Simon Kitchen, Executive Lead, DAA

10:55am Involving people with dementia in creating dementia friendly environments  Steve Milton: Director, Innovations in Dementia/ DEEP

11:20am The principles of making the home and garden dementia friendly Prof June Andrews: Director, DSDC University of Stirling

11:40am Designing for people with dementia in practiceDamian Utton: Partner, Pozzoni LLP

12:00pm Lunch – opportunity to network

13:00pm What are the barriers to creating dementia friendly environments and how can we overcome these? Group work

13:40pm The theory behind creating Dementia Friendly Hospitals - Natalie Yates-Bolton: Lecturer, and Dr Ricardo Codinhoto: Lecturer, University of Salford

14:00pm The practical element of creating Dementia Friendly Hospitals -Danielle Woods: Dementia Project Manager, and Shane Embleton: Estates Capital Projects Manager, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

14:20pm Break

14:35pm Launch of the Dementia MovementKaren Pinder, Public Health England

14:50pm Drafting a letter to CQC to prioritise dementia friendly environments – Simon Kitchen: Executive Lead, DAA

15:10pm Member Updates– opportunity for delegates to inform the meeting of recent achievements

15:35pm Closing remarks - Chair

15:45pm Meeting closes

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