Conference registration

Find out how much tickets to the Alzheimer's Society Conference cost, including available discounts.

Our delegates will leave ASAC19 inspired to take positive action in their jobs and daily life; share in best practice and knowledge in effective and practical ways; and be committed to championing the needs, rights and priorities for people affected by dementia.

Only by growing a united movement for change we will start to realise the vision of a world without dementia.

The cost for conference attendance is set out below.

Early bird registration available up to and including 28 February 2019.

Conference fees

Sector          1 day     2 day
Voluntary sector   
Early bird £127 £212.50
Regular £149 £250
Public sector   
Early bird £169 £297.50
Regular £199 £350
Private Sector   
Early bird £254 £467.50
Regular £299 £550
Student  
Regular £75 £125
People with dementia and carers  (Carers attending to support a person with dementia are free of charge)
Regular  £75 £125

 

What sector do I fall into?

Voluntary sector: Third sector, charities, not-for-profits, Small Medium Enterprises, Community Interest Companies.

Public sector: NHS, local government, central government, universities, councils and other public sector organisations.

Private sector: Commercial and profit-making organisations.

Free places

Places at our annual conference are free for the following people: 

  • Alzheimer’s Society funded Researchers
  • Alzheimer’s Research funded PhD students
  • Grant Advisory Board and Research Strategy Council members

We will also cover travel and accommodation costs for the above groups. Please book accommodation when registering for the conference.

Discounts

The following discount are available:

  • 10 per cent discount for 3-4 people
  • 15 per cent discount for 5 people and above

The discount will be automatically applied to your booking.

Students

Receive 50% off if you're a student in full-time education by selecting the student registration option.

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